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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



SERVICE MANUAL 



No. 00ZUX510U/SME 




FACSIMILE 



UX-510 
UX-500 
model FO-1 460 



CONTENTS 



CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 

[1] Specifications 1-1 

[2] Operation panel 1-2 

[3] Transmittable documents 1-3 

[4] Installation 1-4 

[5] Quick reference guide 1-8 

[6] Option imaging film specifications 

(UX-15CR/FO-15CR) 1-11 

CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS 

[1 ] Adjustments 2-1 

[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch .... 2-2 

[3] Troubleshooting 2-17 

[4] Error code table 2-18 

CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS 

[1 ] General description 3-1 

[2] Disassembly and assembly 

procedures 3-4 

CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS 

[1 ] Block diagram 4-1 

[2] Wiring diagram 4-2 

[3] Point-to-point diagram 4-3 



CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 

[1] Circuit description 5-1 

[2] Circuit description of control PWB 5-2 

[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB .... 5-9 
[4] Circuit description of 

power supply PWB 5-12 

[5] Circuit description of CCD PWB 5-12 

CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND 
PARTS LAYOUT 

[1] Control PWB circuit 6-1 

[2] TEL/LIU PWB circuit 6-9 

[3] Power supply PWB circuit 6-11 

[4] CCD PWB circuit 6-13 

[5] Operation panel PWB circuit 6-14 

CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART 

[1] Protocol 7-1 

[2] Power on sequence 7-2 

CHAPTER 8. OTHERS 

[1 ] Service tools 8-1 

[2] IC signal name 8-4 

PARTS GUIDE 



Parts marked with "A" is important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for 
maintaining the safety and performance of the set. 



SHARP CORPORATION 



This document has been published to be used 

for after sales service only. 

The contents are subject to change without notice. 



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CAUTION FOR BATTERY REPLACEMENT 

(Danish) ADVARSEL ! 

Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig handtering. 

Udskiftning ma kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. 

Lever det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandoren. 

(English) Caution ! 

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. 

Replace only with the same or equivalent type 

recommended by the equipment manufacturer. 

Discard used batteries according to manufacturer's 

instructions. 

(Finnish) VAROITUS 

Paristo voi rajahtaa, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. 

Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan 

tyyppiin. Havita kaytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden 

mukaisesti. 

(French) ATTENTION 

II y a danger d'explosion s' il y a remplacement incorrect 

de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du 

meme type ou d'un type recommande par le constructeur. 

Mettre au rebut les batteries usagees conformement aux 

instructions du fabricant. 

(Swedish) VARNING 

Explosionsfare vid felaktigt batteribyte. 

Anvand samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent 

typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. 

Kassera anvant batteri enligt fabrikantens 

instruktion. 

(German) Achtung 

Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung inkorrekter Batterien. 
Als Ersatzbatterien durfen nur Batterien vom gleichen Typ oder 

vom Hersteller empfohlene Batterien verwendet werden. 

Entsorgung der gebrauchten Batterien nur nach den vom 
Hersteller angegebenen Anweisungen. 



CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



[1] Specifications 

Applicable telephone line: 
Compatibility: 
Configuration: 
Memory size*: 

Compression scheme: 
Scanning method: 
Resolution: 



Recording system: 
Display: 
Paper capacity: 
Reception modes: 
Modem speed: 

Transmission time* : 
Effective recording width: 
Input document size: 



Public switched telephone network 

ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode 

Half-duplex, desktop transceiver 

512 KB (approx. 30 average pages 
with ECM function off) 

MH, MR, MMR 

Flat-bed, solid-state CCD 

Horizontal: 

203 lines/inch (8 dots/mm) 
Vertical: 

Standard-98 lines/inch 

(3.85 lines/mm) 

Fine/Halftone-196 lines/inch 

(7.7 lines/mm) 

Super fine— 391 lines/inch 

(15.4 lines/mm) 

Thermal transfer recording 

7x5 dots, 1 line by 1 6-digit display 

200 sheets 

Auto/Manual 

9600 bps with automatic fallback to 
7200, 4800, or 2400 bps 

Approx. 9 seconds 

8.0" (203 mm)(average) 

Automatic feeding: 
Width— 5.83 to 8.5" 

(148 to 21 6 mm) 
Length — 5.04 to 11" 

(128 to 279 mm) 
Manual feeding: 
Width— 5.83 to 8.5" 

(148 to 21 6 mm) 
Length — 5.04 to 39.4" 

(128 to 1000 mm) 



Effective scanning width: 
Automatic document feeder: 
Halftone (gray scale): 
Contrast control: 
Copy function: 

Telephone function: 

Power requirements: 
Operating environment: 

Power consumption: 



8.3" (210 mm) max. 

20 sheets max. 

64 levels 

Automatic/Dark selectable 

Single/Multi-copy/Sort-copy (99 cop- 
ies/page) 

Standard 

(cannot be used if power fails) 

120 VAC, 60 Hz 

41 to 95°F (5 to 35°C), 
20 to 80 % RH 



Stand-by: 5 W 

Maximum: 100 W 

Dimensions: Width: 14.4" (365 mm) 

Depth: 13.9" (353 mm) 

Height: 7.6" (193 mm)(Without 
attachments) 

Weight: Approx. 10.4 lbs. (4.7kg) 

* Based on ITU-T (CCITT) Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in 
MMR (Memory Transmition), excluding time for protocol signals 
(i.e., ITU-T phase C time only). 



As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for procduct 
improvement without prior notice. The performance specifications figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some 
deviation from these values in individual units. 



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[2] Operation panel 



SPEED DIAL key 

Press this key to 
dial a 2-digit 
Speed Dial 
number. 

REDIAL key 

Press this key 
to automatically 
redial the last 
number dialed. 



Display 

This displays 
various messages 
during operation 
and programming. 



Number keys 

Use these keys to dial 
numbers, and enter 
numbers and letters 
during number/name 
storing procedures. 



HOLD/SEARCH key 

Press this key to search 
for an automatic dialing 
number, or, during a 
phone conversation, press 
this key to put the other 
party on hold. 





VOLUME keys 

Press these keys to adjust the volume of the handset when the handset is lifted, 
the volume of the speaker when the SPEAKER key has been pressed, or the 
volume of the ringer at all other times. 

RESOLUTION key 

Press this key to adjust 
the resolution and 
contrast before sending or 
copying a document. 



FUNCTION key 

Press this key to 
select various 
special functions. 




ABC DEF \ 

00© 

3HI JKL MNO 

©0© 

ORS TUV WXYZ 

©®® 
©®® 



MEMORY key 

Press this key to scan a 
document into memory 
before transmitting it. 











01 


02 


03 




SHIFTV 


20 


21 


22 




lj 






04 


05 


06 


07 




23 


24 


25 


26 








1 II II ll 




08 


09 


10 


11 




27 


23 


29 


30 








1 II II II 




12 


13 


14 


15/POLL 




31 


32 


33 


34 








I II II II 




16/P1 


17/P2 


18/G1 


19/G2 




35 


36 


37 


38 












SPAKER key 

Press this key to 
dial a number 
without picking 
up the handset. 



COPY/HELP key 

When a document is 
in the feeder, press 
this key to make a 
copy. At any other 
time, press this key 
to print out the Help 
List, a quick reference 
guide to the operaion 
of your fax. 



Rapid Dial Keys 

Press one of these keys 
to dial a fax or voice 

I number automatically. 

I To dial the bottom 
number on a Rapid Key, 

I press the SHIFT key 
before pressing the Rapid 
Key. ( Note that you must 
attach the Rapid Key 
labels.) 



START key 

Press this key to send 
or receive a document. 

RECEPTION MODE key 

Press this key to select the 
mode of reception. 



STOP key 

Press this key to stop 
the operation before 
it is completed. 



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[3] Transmittable documents 

1. Document Sizes 



Normal size 


width 


5.83"-8.5"(148-216mm) 


length 


5.04"-11"(128-279mm) 







279mm 


(Max.) 






(Max.) 
Letter 
size 


(Min.)XX 


128mm 



1000mm 



148mm 



216mm 216mm 

[Normal size] [Special size] 

XX Use document carrier sheet for smaller documents. 

* With special sizes, only one sheet can be fed into the machine at 
a time. Insert next page into feeder as current page is being 
scanned. 

2. Paper Thickness & Weight 



Normal size 


ADF10 
sheets 


Thickness 


2.4 x 10" 3 -4.7x 10" 3 inch 
(0.06-0.12 mm) 


Weight 


0.15x10" 3 lbs/inch 2 

(52-104g/m 2 ) 

(14-28lbs) 


ADF20 
sheets 


Thickness 


2.4x10" 3 -3.5x10" 3 inch 
(0.06-0.09 mm) 


Weight 


0.77 x 10" 3 -0.1 1 x 10" 3 lbs/inch 2 

(52-74.3g/m 2 ) 

(14-20lbs) 




Thickness 


4.7x10" 3 -7.9x10" 3 inch 
(0.12-0.20 mm) 






Weight 


0.15 x 10" 3 -0.20 x 10" 3 lbs/inch 2 
(52-1 57 g/m 2) 



3. Document Types 

• Normal paper 

Documents handwritten in pencil (No. 2 lead or softer), fountain 
pen, ball-point pen, or felt-tipped pen can be transmitted. 
Documents of normal contrast duplicated by a copying machine 
can also be transmitted. 

• Diazo copy (blue print) 

Diazo copy documents of a normal contrast may be transmitted. 

• Carbon copy 

A carbon copy may be transmitted if its contrast is normal. 



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5. Automatic Document Feeder Capacity 

Number of pages that can be placed into the feeder at anytime is as 
follows: 

Normal size: max. ADF 20 sheets (14 lbs -20 lbs) 

Special size: single sheet only (manual feed) 

NOTES: • When you need to send or copy more pages than the 
feeder limit, place additional pages in feeder when last 
page in feeder is being scanned. 

• Place additional pages carefully and gently in feeder. 

If force is used, double-feeding or a document jam may 
result. 

6. Readable Width & Length 

The readable width and length of a document are slightly smaller than 
the actual document size. 

Note that characters or graphics outside the effective document scan- 
ning range will not be read. 

* Readable width 

210 mm, max. 




Readable width 



* Readable length 

This is the length of the document sent minus 0.16" (4 mm) from the 
top and bottom edges. 



4mm 




Readable length 



4mm 



4. Cautions on Transmitting Documents 

Documents written in yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink 
cannot be transmitted. 

Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before the 
documents can be transmitted. 

All clips, staples and pins must be removed from documents be- 
fore transmission. 

Patched (taped) documents should be copied first on a copier and 
then the copies used for transmission. 

All documents should be fanned before insertion into the feeder to 
prevent possible double feeds. 



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7. Use of Document Carrier Sheet 

A document carrier sheet must be used for the following documents. 

• Those with tears. 

• Those smaller than size 5.83"(W) x 5.04"(L) (148 mm (W) x 128 
mm (L)). 

• Carbon-backed documents 



Make print straight 

across paper 

E.G. 

Place the document 

carrier in the document 

feeder with the clear film 

side down 




Direction of insertion 



NOTE: To transmit a carbon-backed document, insert a white sheet 
of paper between the carbon back of the document and the 
document carrier. 

• Those containing an easily separable writing substance (e.g., trac- 
ing paper written on with a soft, heavy lead pencil). 

NOTES: • When using the document carrier, carefully read the in- 
structions written on the back. 

• If the document carrier is dirty, clean it with a soft, moist 
cloth, and then dry it before using for transmission. 

• Do not place more than one document in the carrier at a 
time. 



[4] Installation 

1. Site selection 

Take the following points into consideration when selecting a site for 
this model. 

ENVIRONMENT 

• The machine must be installed on a level surface. 

• Keep the machine away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sun- 
light, and dust. 

• Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the machine. 

In particular, keep the area in front of the machine clear, or the 
original document may jam as it comes out after scanning. 

• The temperature should be between 5° and 35°C. 

• The humidity should be between 30% and 85% (without conden- 
sation). 

ELECTRICITY 

120V, 60Hz, grounded (3-prong) AC outlet is required. 
Caution! 

• Connection to a power source other than that specified will cause 
damage to the equipment and is not covered under the warranty. 

• If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power 
surges, we recommend that you install a surge protector for the 
power and telephone lines. Surge protectors can be purchased at 
most telephone specialty stores. 

If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place... 

If the machine is moved from a cold to a warm place, it is possible 
that the reading glass may fog up, preventing proper scanning of 
documents for transmission. To remove the fog, turn on the power 
and wait approximately 2 hours before using the machine. 



TELEPHONE JACK 

A standard RJ1 1 C telephone jack must be located near the machine. 
This is the telephone jack commonly used in most homes and offices. 

• Plugging the fax machine into a jack which is not an RJ11C jack 
may result in damage to the machine or your telephone system. If 
you do not know what kind of jack you have, or needed to have 
one installed, contact the telephone company. 

2. Loading the imaging film (Refer to pape) 
(UX-15CR:UX-510U/C/500U/C) 
(FO-15CR:FO-1460U) 

© Press the release marked OPEN and open the print compartment 
cover. 

• Caution! The printing head (the strip of metal on the underside of 
the cover) applies heat to the printing film. It may be hot if a 
document has just been printed. 




If you are replacing the imaging film, take the old film out of the 

printing compartment and remove the three (3) green gears and 

the green flange from the ends of the spools. 

DO NOT DISCARD THE GREEN GEARS AND THE GREEN 

FLANGE! 




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Take the new film out of its package, and insert two of the gears 
provided with the fax into the ends of the spool with film. Make 
sure that the two tabs on the gears fit properly into the slots in the 
ends of the spool. 

• Do not yet remove the band which holds the spools together. 



Insert the empty spool into the back of the compartment so that 
the gear and the flange fit into the slots on the sides of the 
compartment. 

• Make sure that the gear engages with the gear below it. 




2 tabs 

Hold the empty spool so that the end with only one slot is on the 
left, and lower the spools into the front of the printing compart- 
ment. The gears in the ends of the spool with film should fit into 
the slots on each side of the printing compartment. 




Wind the film slightly (rotate the gear on the right side of the 
empty spool) so that there is no slack in the film. Make sure that 
both edges of the film wind onto the spool evenly. 




Cut the band which holds the spools together with scissors, and 
remove it. Insert the remaining gear into the right end of the empty 
spool and the flange into the left end of the empty spool. Make 
sure the tabs on the gear and the flange fit into the slots in the 
ends of the spool (the gear has two tabs and the flange has one 
tab). 

1 tab 




Close the print compartment cover, making sure it clicks into 
place. 




Flange 



2 tabs 




Pull the empty spool toward the back of the compartment, unwind- 
ing the film as you pull. 




If you replaced the film, initialize the new film by pressing the 
FUNCTION key, the "6" key, and the "#" key on the operation 
panel. Make sure that INITIALIZE FILM appears in the display, 
and then press the START key. (Do not perform this step if you 
installed the initial sample roll of film.) 
FUNCTION 



© ® 



I 



START 



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3. Assembly and connections 

© Plug the power cord into a 120 V, 60 Hz, grounded (3-prong) 
outlet. 

Caution: Do not plug the power cord into any other kind of outlet. 
This will damage the machine and is not covered under 
the warranty. 

AC outlet 




Connect the handset as shown and place it on the handset rest. 

Insert one end of the telephone line cord into the "TEL. LINE" 
jack. Insert the other end into a standard (RJ1 1 C) single-line tele- 
phone wall jack. 

Be sure to insert the telephone line cord into the "TEL. LINE" jack. 
Do not insert into the "TEL. SET" jack. 

Handset 




Insert the paper tray into the back of the fax as shown. 




If desired, attach the original document support by inserting the 
ends into the holes in the bottom of the fax as shown. 




4. Loading printing paper 

The paper tray holds the paper on which received documents and 
copies are printed. Up to 200 sheets of letter or legal size paper from 
16 to 24 lbs. (60 to 90 g/m 2 ) can be loaded in the tray. 

© Remove the paper cover if it is on the paper tray. 

• If you are going to load legal size paper, flip up the paper tray 
extender. 




Fan the paper, and then tap the edge against a flat surface to 
even the stack. 




) Pull the paper release plate toward you and insert the stack of 
paper into the tray, print side down. 

If paper remains in the tray, take it out and combine it into a single 
stack with the new paper before adding the new paper. 




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Replace the paper cover on the paper tray and then push the 
paper release plate back down. 

• Important: Be sure to replace the paper cover before you 
push the paper release plate down. 



LEGAL 
LETTER 




Your fax has been set at the factory to scale the size of the printed 
image to letter size paper. If you have loaded legal size paper, 
you must change this setting to legal. Press the "FUNCTION" key, 
the "6" key, the " x " key twice, and then press "1" to select letter, 
or "2" to select legal. When finished, press the STOP key. Be sure 
to change this setting every time you change the paper size. 



FUNCTION 



Letter 






Legal 

©or © 



STOP 



Your fax has been set at the factory to print on regular paper. If 
you have loaded high quality thermal transfer paper, you must 
change this setting to "HIGH QUALITY". Press the "FUNCTION" 
key, the "6" key, the " x " key three times, and then press "1" to 
select regular, or "2" to select high quality paper. When finished, 
press the STOP key. Be sure to change this setting again if you 
change back to regular paper. 



FUNCTION 



© ©@© 

Regular ▼ High quality 
© or (2) 



STOP 



5. Clearing paper jams 

If a document doesn't feed properly during transmission or copying, 
or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try pressing the 
START key. If the document doesn't feed out, open the operation 
panel (grasp the front edge at the "PANEL RELEASE" mark and pull 
up) and pull it out gently. 

© Press the release marked OPEN and open the print compartment 
cover. 

• Caution! The printing head (the strip of metal on the underside of 
the frame) applies heat to the printing film. It may be hot if a 
document has just been printed. 




Remove the imaging film from the printing compartment and set it 
on a sheet of paper. 




Gently pull the jammed paper out of the printing compartment. 




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CD Replace the imaging film, making sure that the flange goes into 
the rear slot on the left side of the printing compartment. Also, 
make sure that the right, rear gear engages with the gear below it. 




Wind the film slightly (rotate the gear on the right side of the 
empty spool) so that there is no slack in the film. Make sure that 
both edges of the film wind onto the spool evenly. 




Close the print compartment cover, making sure it clicks into 
place. 




Space 



Letters and numbers 

To enter a letter or number, press the appropriate 
key repeatedly until the desired number/letter 
Press this key twice appears in the display (the number appears first, 
to enter a space. then the letters in the order marked above the key). 



f Delete 
Press this key to delete the letter 
highlighted by the cursor (if the 
cursor is to the right of the last 
tetter entered, it will backspace 
and delete the last letter). 



O 7 



©@® 

GHI JKL MNO 

© © ©: O- 

>QRS TUV WXYZ 

®©_©j O 

. ^ I . ^ I . ^ SPEAKEF 

©j®j©o 



Shift 

Press this key once to change 
case (press it again to change 
back). 

Cursor left 

Press this key to move the cursor 
to the left. 
1 

— - Cursor right 

Press this key to move the cursor 
to the right. 



Symbols 

Press either key repeatedly until the 
desired symbol appears (see the 
symbol list on the following page). 



[5] Quick reference guide 



FUNCTION key menu 

The following chart shows the layout of the functions and settings accessed by pressing the FUNCTION key. First press the FUNCTION key, the 

appropriate numeric key as shown, and then "#" or "* " until the desired item appears. 

Instructions for making each setting appear in the display. If you have any difficulty, refer to the detailed instructions on the page shown below the 

setting. 

FUNCTION 

I I 



© ® ® © 



© 



© 



© 



® 


Timer Mode 


Listing Mode 


Entry Mode 


Optional Settings 




Cover Sheet 


Print Set-up 


Program/Group 


Send Mode 


Activity Report 


Fax/Tel Numbers 


Fine Resolution 


Quiet Detect Time 


Cover Sheet 


Initialize Film 


Program Entry 


4 






for Auto Dialing 


Priority 




Header 




Mode 


Poll Mode 


Timer List 






Fax Reception 




Reception Ratio 








Own Number and 


Number of Rings in 


When TAD Fails 






Group Entry 






Telephone Number 


Name Set 


Auto Mode 






2 in 1 Print 


Mode 






List 


Polling Security 


Recall Wait Interval 


Distinctive Ringing 




Paper Type Set 








Passcode List 


Select 


Recall Times 


Fax Signal Receive 




Paper Size Set 








Option Setting List 


Passcode Numbers 
for Polling 


Tel/Fax Remoter 


Junk Number Check 




Copy Cut-off 








Anti Junk Fax 




Number 


Polling 












Number List 


Date and Time Set 


Remote Reception 


Caller ID 












Program and Group 


Daylight Saving 


Select 














List 


Store Junk Number 


Transaction Report 


Auto Cover Sheet 








t 




Caller ID List 




Print Select 


Activity Report 












Priority Call Number 




Auto Print 








© 




Print Setup List 




Dial Mode 


ECM 














TAD Connected 











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INSTALLATION 




®®®® 



1. Connect the handset as shown. 

2. Plug one end of the telephone line into the "TEL. LINE" jack on the rear of 
the fax, and the other end into your telephone wall jack. 

3. Plug the power cord into a grounded, 1 20 V outlet. 

INSTALLATION WITH AN ANSWERING MACHINE AND/OR EXTENSION 
TELEPHONE 

4. Remove the seal covering the "TEL. SET" jack on the rear of the fax. 
Connect an extension telephone or answering machine to the "TEL. SET" 
jack. 

5. If desired, connect an extension phone to the answering machine. 

ENTERING YOUR NAME AND NUMBER 

FCC regulations require your name and fax number to appear on all documents 
you send. To program your fax to do this automatically, follow the steps below: 

1 . Press the FUNCTION key and then press "3": r™ CTI0N 
"ENTRY MODE" will appear in the display. 

2. Press the "#" key twice: (S) (S) 

"OWN NUMBER SET" will appear in the display. 

Press the START key: \ <j> / 

Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits) by pressing the number keys. 

If you make a mistake, press the HOLD/SEARCH key to move the cursor 
back to the mistake, then enter the correct number or letter. (To move the 
cursor forward, press the SPEAKER key.) 

START 

Press the START key: \ <!> / 

Enter your name by pressing the appropriate number keys as shown below. 
Press each key one or more times until the desired letter appears in the 
display. 



H (3) 



oi" Deletes high- 
O ^lighted letter 

'^ L Upper/lower 
^ ' case shift key 



O 



Moves cursor 
"to the left. 



GHI JKL MNO ' 

©CD©: 

'QRS TUV WXVZ ' 

.&©._© 

^\'/r\ ! ^v s '^" Moves cursor 
(*):(0):(tt) O- to the right. 

tip 

Press either key one or more times to select and enter a symbol. 

o Enter a space with the "1 " key. 

o To enter two letters in succession which require using the same key, press 

the SPEAKER key after entering the first letter. 
Example: To enter "ABZ Co.", press: 

"2" twice for the letter A, 

Press SPEAKER to move the cursor to the right, 

"2" three times for the letter B, 

"9" five times for the letter Z, 

"1" twice for a space, 

"2" four times for the letter C, 

Press REDIAL for a lower case letter, 

"6" four times for the letter O, 

"#" once for a period. 

r START stop 

7. When finished, press the START key and then the STOP key. \ <*> / /®1 



SETTING THE DA TE AND TIME 

To set date and time, press the following keys: ■ 
"DATE & TIME SET" will appear in the display. 

START 

Press the START key: \ <j> J 
Enter two digits for the Month (01 through 12). 
Enter two digits for the Date (01 through 31). 
Enter two digits for the Year (00 through 99). 
Enter two digits for the Hour (01 through 1 2). 
Enter two digits for the Minute (00 through 59). 
Press the " X " key for A.M. or the "#" key for P.M. 

START STOP 

When finished, press the START key and then the STOP key: \ <i> / /s] 

STORING AND CLEARING NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALING 

To store a new number or change an existing number, press the following 
sequence of keys: 

" (3) (g) 

"FAX/TEL # MODE" will appear in the display. 

1. Press the "1" key: (T) 

2. Enter a 2-digit number (from "01 " to "99") by pressing the number keys. This 
will be the Speed Dial number. 

3. Enter the full telephone/fax number. 

START 

4. 



Press the START key: \ <t> / 

5. Enter the name of the location by pressing number keys (max. of 20 charac- 
ters). 

START 

6. Press the START key: \ <j> / 

7. Return to Step 3 to store another number, or press STOP to exit. 

To clear a Speed Dial number, press the following sequence of keys:B (3) @ 
Press "2" and then enter the 2-digit Speed Dial number. 

START STOP 

Press: V^JH 



SENDING DOCUMENTS 




Place your document (up to 20 pages) 
face down in the document feeder. 



Normal Dialing 

SPEAKER 

1 . Lift the handset or press (^) 

2. Dial the fax number by pressing the number keys. 

3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person answers, ask them to press their 
Start key). 

4. Press your START key and then replace the handset. 
Rapid Key Dialing 

Press the appropriate Rapid Key (if the Rapid key is from 20 to 38, press the 
SHIFT key first). Transmission will begin. 

Speed Dialing 

SPEED 

1 . Press the SPEED DIAL key: 



o 



2. Enter the Speed Dial number by pressing the number keys. 

START 

3. Press: \ <j> / 
Direct Keypad Dialing 

1 . Enter the fax number by pressing the number keys. 

START 

2. Press: \ <p fl 



RECEPTION 
MODE 



O 



RECEIVING DOCUMENTS 

Press the RECEPTION MODE key until "AUTO" or 

"MANU" appears in the display. 



AUTO reception: The fax will automatically answer after four rings and receive 
the incoming documents. 

MANUAL reception: Lift the handset when the fax rings. If you hear a fax tone, 
wait until "RECEIVING" appears in the display, then hang up (if "RECEIVING" 
doesn't appear, press the START key). If the calling party talks to you, press 
your START key to begin reception. 



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Loading paper 

1 . Insert the paper tray into the fax if 
not yet installed. 




Remove the paper cover if it is 
on the tray. (For legal paper, flip 
up the tray externder.) 




3. Pull the paper release plate to- 
ward you. 

o If any paper remains in the tray, 
take it out and combine it into a 
single stack with the new paper. 




4. Insert the stack of paper into the 
tray. Replace the tray cover and 
then push the paper release plate 
backdown. 




5. Press the following sequence of 
keys: 

FUNCTION 



©@© 



Press "1" if you loaded letter size 
paper, or "2" if you loaded legal 
size paper. ™. 

When finished, press: Uti 



Installing the imaging film 

1 . Press the release marked OPEN 
and open the print compartment 
cover. 



4. Cut the band holding the spools 
together with scissors, and re- 
move it. Insert the remaining gear 
into the right end of the empty 
spool and the flange into the left 
end of the empty spool. 




2. Insert two of the gears into the 
ends of the spool with film. 




Hold the empty spool so that the 
end with only one slot is on the 
left, and lower the spools into the 
printing compartment so that the 
gears fit into the slots on each 
side of the compartment. 





Pull the empty spool toward the 
back of the compartment, un- 
winding the leader from the spool 
with film. Insert the empty spool 
into the compartment so that gear 
and spool fit into the slots on 
each side of the compartment. 





Wind the film slightly to remove 
slack and then close the printer 
compartment cover. 




If you replaced the film, press the 
following sequence of keys (this 
is not necessary for the sample 
film included with the fax): 



© ® V±J 



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[6] Option imaging film specifications 
(UX-15CR/FO-15CR) 

1. Structure 

This article is composed of polyester film coated with heat-resistant 
layer, matt layer and hot melt ink layer, leader film and paper core. Ink 
film specification is "DNP standard ink film HC". 






© 
© 



© 



© Heat Resistant Layer 

(D Base Film 

(3) Matt Layer 

© Hot melt Ink Layer 



2. Details of compositions 

2-1. Base film 



Heading 


Requirements 


Measuring method 


Material 


Polyethylene- 
terephthalate 


- 


2-2. Heat resistant layer 


Heading 


Requirements 


Measuring method 


Grade 


HR Mixer P-5 


- 


2-3. Matt layer 


Heading 


Requirements 


Measuring method 


Grade 


ML Sumi 


- 


2-4. Hot melt ink layer 


Heading 


Requirements 


Measuring method 


Grade 


#507W 


- 



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CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS 



[1] Adjustments 

General 

Since the following adjustments and settings are provided for this 
model, make adjustments and/or setup as necessary. 

1 . Adjustments 

Adjustments of output voltage (FACTORY ONLY) 

1 . Install the power supply unit in the machine. 

2. Set the recording paper and document. 

3. When the document is loaded, power is supplied to the output 
lines. Confirm that outputs are within the limits below. 

Output voltage settings 







POWER 
SUPPLY 

n pwb 




CNPW : 

CONTROL 
PWB 

E ONLIUA 

CNLED CNMT 

□ nn 

CNSP CNCOD ONTH 

n i 1 i 


TEL/LIU 
PWB 

ONLIU = 




□ CNCS 




ICNHN 









(1) FU100 (ICP-S07) is installed in order to protect IC's from an over- 
current generated in the motor drive circuit. If FU100 is open, 
replace it with a new one. 

3. Settings 

(1) Dial mode selector 

DIAL mode (Soft Switch No. SWB4 DATA No. 3) 

(step 1) Select "OPTION SETTING". 
KEY: (FUNCTION) © 



DISPLAY: | OPTION SETTING |Q | PRESS X OR # | 



(step 2) Select "DIAL MODE". 

KEY: (£)(#)(#)(#)(#)(!)(#) 



-Cursor 
When initially registering, 
the mode shows 1 =TONE. 
When registering again, the 
mode which was registered 
formerly is shown. 



DISPLAY: DIAL MODE 



<=> "UTONE, 2=PULSE 



(step 3) Select, using "1" or "2". 
KEY: (?) 



DISPLAY: | TONE SELECTED 
KEY: 



© 



DISPLAY: PULSE SELECTED 



(step 4) End, using the "STOP" key. 
KEY: (Ol ■ STOP 



D 



Output 


Voltage limits 


+5V 


4.75V -5.25V 


V-REG 


7.0V -8.2V 


+24V 


23.3V - 24.7V 



Connector 
No. 
Pin No. 


CNPW 


1 


MG 


2 


MG 


3 


MG 


4 


+24V 


5 


+24V 


6 


DG 


7 


+5V 


8 


DG 


9 


V-REG 



2. IC protectors replacement 

ICPs (IC Protectors) are installed to protect the motor driver circuit. 
ICPs protect various ICs and electronic circuits from an overcurrent 
condition. 

The location of ICPs are shown below: 



CONTROL 
PWB (TOP SIDE) 



FU100 



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[2] Diagnostics and service soft switch 

1. Operating procedure 

(1) Entering the diagnostic mode 

Press | FUNIC | -> [J] -» [x] -> [§] -» {¥} -> [7] , and the following display will appear. 



ROM Ver. FHG0>K After 2 sec: DIAG MODE 



FHG0>K 

Then press the | START | key and country name selected by country select will appear. Select the desired item with the [x] key or the {#] key 
or select with the rapid key. Enter the mode with the START key. 

(Diag»specifications) 

FUNC| -»(9)(*)(8)(#)(7) ^ |Ver.FHG0*~j -» |DIAGMODEl [START 



Soft switch mode 
ROM & RAM check 
Aging mode 
Panel key test 
Check pattern 
Signal send mode 



START 1 



START 2 



START 3 



START 



START 5 



START 6 



® 



— »12 


START 




— >11 


START 




— »10 


START 




— » 9 


START 




— > 8 


START 




— » 7 


START 



Entry data receive 

Entry data send 

Auto feeder mode 

All black print 
CCD adjust mode 

Memory clear 



If the dial mode cannot be set, repeat the dial mode operation, per- 
forming the following operation. 

After the power is turned on and "WAIT A MOMENT" is indicated, 
press the STOP key. 



"Power ON" 



STOP 
KEY 



START 
KEY 



"Power ON" and keep the STOP key pressed 

while "WAIT A ...." is indicated. 

Press the START key when "MEMORY CLEAR?" appears. 



Memory clear 
(Work + Backup) 



2. Diagnostic items 



ITEM 
No. 


DIRECT 
key 


Contents 


Function 


1 


1 


SOFT SWITCH MODE 


Soft switches are displayed and changed. List can be output. 


2 


2 


ROM & RAM CHECK 


ROM is sum-checked, and RAM is matched. Result list is output. 


3 


3 


AGING MODE 


10 sheets of check patterns are output every 5 minutes per sheet. 


4 


4 


PANEL KEY TEST 


Panel keys are tested. 


5 


5 


CHECK PATTERN 


Check pattern is output. 


6 


6 


SIGNAL SEND MODE 


Various signals of FAX communication are output. 


7 


7 


MEMORY CLEAR 


Back-up memory is cleared, and is set at delivery. 


8 


8 


CCD ADJUST MODE 


Optical system is adjusted. 


9 


9 


ALL BLACK PRINT 


To check the print head, whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. 


10 


10 


AUTO FEEDER MODE 


Insertion and discharge of document are tested. 


11 


11 


ENTRY DATA SEND 


Registered content is sent. 


12 


12 


ENTRY DATA RECEIVE 


Registered content is received, and its list is output. 



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3. Diagnostic items description 

3. 1. Soft switch mode 

Used to change the soft switch settings. 

The soft switch which is stored internally is set by using the keys. 

The available soft switches are SW-A1 to SW-M2. 

The content of soft switches is shown in page 2-5 to 2-16. 

The contents are set to factory default settings. 

3. 2. ROM & RAM check 

ROM executes the sum check, and RAM executes the matching test. 
The result will be notified with the number of short sounds of the 
buzzer as well as by printing the ROM & RAM check list. 

Number of short sounds of buzzer -» No error 

1 -> ROM error 

2 -> RAM error (32Kbyte) 

3. 3. Aging mode 

If any document is first present, copying will be executed sheet by 
sheet. If no document is present, the check pattern will be printed 
sheet by sheet. This operation will be executed at a rate of one sheet 
per 5minut.es, and will be ended at a total of 10 sheets. 

3. 4. Panel key test 

The mode is used to check whether each key properly operates or 
not. Since the key is displayed on LCD when the key on the operation 
panel is pressed, press all the keys. Here, finally press STOP key. 
When STOP key is pressed, the keys not judged as "pressed" are 
output in the result list. (The result list is not output in the process-di- 
agnosis mode.) Here, the LED port can be turned on for CCD adjust- 
ment during the time from the start of the panel check mode to the 
end with the stop key. 

3. 5. Check pattern 

The mode is used to check the state of the printing head. It is ended 
with the following pattern printed on one printing sheet. 

® Longitudinal stripe 2 Approx. 30 mm 

2 black dots and 2 white dots are repeatedly progressed on 
one line. 



Full black 



Approx. 30 mm 




® 



3. 6. Signal send mode 

The mode is used to send various signals to the circuit during FAX 
communication. Every push of START key sends a signal in the 
following sequence. Moreover, the signal sound is also output to the 
speaker when the line monitor of the soft switch is on. 

[1 ] No signal (CML signal turned on) 

[2] 9600bps 

[3] 7200bps 

[4] 4800bps 

[5] 2400bps 

[6] 300bps (FLAG) 

[7] 2100Hz(CED) 

[8] 1100Hz(CNG) 

[9] END 

The signal can be checked by plugging the handset into the TEL line 
connector on the rear of the machine. 

3. 7. Memory clear 

This mode is used to clear the backup memory and reset to the 
default settings. 

3. 8. CCD adjust mode 

This mode is used to adjust the optical system. Since the copy is 
function performed, set the original. To abort the copy operation, 
press the STOP key. To restart press the START key. When the copy 
is completed or when the STOP key is pressed in the interruption 
state, exit from this mode occurs. 

3. 9. All black print 

The mode is used to check the state of the printing head and inten- 
tionally overheat it. Whole dots are printed over the interval of 2 m. If 
it is overheated or the printing sheet is jammed, press STOP key for 
the end. 

3. 10. Auto feeder mode 

The mode is used to check the auto feed function by inserting and 
discharging the document. In this mode, the feed of the document will 
be automatically tested if the document is set. Moreover, the number 
of fed documents will be counted and be displayed on LCD. 

3. 11. Entry data send 

This mode is used to send the registered data to the remote machine 
and make the remote machine copy the registered information. When 
this mode is used for sending, the remote machine must be set to the 
entry data receive mode. 

The information to be sent is as follows. 

1 . Telephone number registration list 

2. Sender registration list 

3. Setting of optional setting 

4. Soft switch setting 

5. Junk FAX number 

6. Timer reservation data (timer-communicatable type) 

7. Bus code No. (only for the type with hold function) 

8. Program/group information 

9. Security switch for hold time 

10. Registration data of caller ID and concerned 

1 1 . Setting of printer and concerned 



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3. 12. Entry data receive 

This mode is used to receive the registered data which is sent from 
the remote machine and to register the received data in the machine. 
When this mode is used to receive the information, the remote ma- 
chine must be set to the entry data send mode. 

The information to be sent is as follows. 

1 . Telephone number registration list 

2. Sender registration list 

3. Setting of optional setting 

4. Soft switch setting 

5. Junk FAX number 

6. Timer reservation data (timer-communicatable type) 

7. Bus code No. (only for the type with hold function) 

8. Program/group information 

9. Security switch for hold time 

10. Registration data of caller ID and concerned 

1 1 . Setting of printer and concerned 



4. How to make soft switch setting 

To enter the soft switch mode, make the following key entries in 
sequence. 





-* 






Press FUNCTION 9 


8 |#| |7| START 


START 









^> 



DATA No. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 8 


SFT 


SW-A1 


= 






















SFT 


SW-A1 


= 1 






















SFT 


SW-A1 


= 1 






















SFT 


SW-A1 


= 1 






















SFT 


SW-A1 


= 1 






















SFT 


SW-A2 


= 






















SFT 


SW-M2 


= 





















J Press |FUNCTION| key 



^] Press {*] key. 
~^\ Press [*] key. 
~~ i Bit1 - 8 are set. 



Press | START | key during setting. 



Soft SW-A2 - SW-M2 are set. 

• To finish the settings halfway between 
SW-A1 and SW-M2, press the STOP 
key. In this case, the setting being done 
to the SW No. on display will be nullified 
while settings done to the preceding 
SW Nos. remain in effect. 

• When the COPY key is pressed, the 
contents of soft switches are printed. 



The soft switch mode is terminated. 



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5. Soft switch description 
• Soft switch 



sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

A1 


1 


Protect from echo 


No 


Yes 







2 


Forced 4800 BPS reception 


Yes 


No 







3 


Footer print 


Yes 


No 







4 


Length limitation of copy/send/receive 


No limit 


Copy/send: 1m 
Receive: 1.5m 







5 


CSI transmission 


No transmitted 


Transmitted 







6 


DIS receive acknowledgement during G3 
transmission 


Twice 


NSF: Once 
DIS: Twice 







7 


Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission 
modem 


Yes 


No 







8 


EOL detect timer 


25 s 


13s 







SW 

I 

A2 


1 
2 
3 
4 


Modem speed 




V.29 


V.27 ter 





1 




9600bps 


7200bps 


4800bps 


2400bps 


No. 1 














No. 2 














No. 3 





1 


1 





No. 4 


1 


1 








5 


Sender's information transmit 


No 


Yes 







6 


Reserved 











7 


Communication error treatment in RTN 
sending mode (reception) 


No communication error 


Communication error 







8 


CNG transmission 


No 


Yes 







SW 

I 

A3 


1 
2 


CED tone signal interval 




1000ms 


750ms 


500ms 


75ms 








No. 1 


1 


1 








No. 2 


1 





1 





3 


MR coding 


No 


Yes 







4 


ECM mode 


No 


Yes 





OPTION 


5 


ECM MMR mode 


No 


Yes 







6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

A4 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


Signal transmission level 


Binary input 
No. = 168 4 2 1 
12 3 4 5 
10 10 




1 


1 






6 


Protocol monitor (error print) 


Printed at com. err 


Not printed 







7 


Protocol monitor 


Yes 


No 







8 


Line monitor 


Yes 


No 







SW 

I 

A5 


1 
2 


Digital line equalization setting (Reception) 




7.2km 


0km 


1 
1 




No. 1 


1 





No. 2 


1 





3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 
6 


Digital cable equalizer setting (Reception 
for Caller ID) 




7.2km 


0km 








No. 5 


1 





No. 6 


1 





7 


Error criterion 


10-20% 


5-10% 







8 


Anti junk fax check 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 



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sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

A6 


1 


Auto gain control (MODEM) 


Enable 


Disable 


1 




2 


End Buzzer 


Yes 


No 


1 




3 


Disconnect the line when DIS is received in 
RX mode 


No 


Yes 


1 




4 


Equalizer freeze control (MODEM) 


On 


Off 







5 


Equalizer freeze control 7200 BPS only 


No 


Yes 







6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

1 

B1 


1 
2 
3 
4 


Recall interval 


Binary input 

No. = 8 4 2 1 

12 3 4 

10 1 




1 

1 


OPTION 


5 
6 
7 
8 


Recall times 


Binary input 

No. = 8 4 2 1 

5 6 7 8 

10 





1 




OPTION 


SW 

I 

B2 


1 


Dial pausing (sec/pause) 


4 sec 


2 sec 







2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Busy tone detection (after auto dial) 


No 


Yes 


U:1 
C:0 




5 


Waiting time after dialing 


90 sec 


45 sec 







6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

B3 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

B4 


1 


Auto Dial Mode Delay timer of before line 
connect 


3 sec 


sec 







2 


Auto Dial Mode Delay timer of after line 
connect 


3 sec 


1.7 sec 







3 


Dial mode 


Tone 


Pulse 


1 


OPTION 


4 


Pulse -> Tone change function by x key 


Enable 


Disable 







5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

B5 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


DTMF signal transmission level (Low) 


Binary input 
No. = 16 8 4 2 1 
12 3 4 5 
10 10 




1 



1 






6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

B6 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


DTMF signal transmission level (High) 


No. = 


Binary input 
16 8 4 2 1 
12 3 4 5 
111 







1 
1 
1 




6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

1 

C1 


1 
2 


Reading slice (Binary) 




Factory 
setting 


Light 


Dark 


Darker in 
dark mode 








No. 1 





1 





1 


No. 2 








1 


1 


3 
4 


Reading slice (Half tone) 




Factory 
setting 


Light 


Dark 


Darker in 
dark mode 








No. 3 





1 





1 


No. 4 








1 


1 


5 


Line density selection 


Fine 


Standard 





OPTION 


6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

D1 


1 
2 
3 
4 


Number of rings for auto receive 


No. = 


Binary input 
8 4 2 1 
12 3 4 
10 






1 





OPTION 


5 


Automatic switching manual to auto receive 
mode 


Reception after 5 rings 


No reception 







6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

D2 


1 
2 
3 


Distinctive ringing setting 




No. 1 


No. 2 


No. 3 







OPTION 


OFF 











STANDARD 








1 


PATTERN 1 





1 





PATTERN 2 





1 


1 


PATTERN 3 


1 








4 


Reserved 











5 


Caller ID function 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


6 

7 


CI off detection timer (Distinctive ring 
setting off only) 




1200ms 


1000ms 


700ms 


350ms 






No. 6 





1 





1 







No. 7 








1 


1 


1 




8 


High frequency cut when caller ID detecting 


Yes 


No 







SW 

I 

E1 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

E2 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

1 

F1 


1 
2 


DTMF detection time 




50ms 


80ms 


100ms 


120ms 








No. 1 








1 


1 


No. 2 





1 





1 


3 


Protection of remote reception {5XX ) detect 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


4 


Remote reception with GE telephone 


Compatible 


Not compatible 


1 




5 
6 

7 
8 


Remote operation code figure by external 
TEL (0-9) 


No. = 


Binary input 
8 4 2 1 
5 6 7 8 
10 1 






1 


1 


OPTION 


SW 

I 

F2 


1 


CNG detection in STAND-BY mode 


Yes 


No 


1 


OPTION 


2 
3 


Number of CNG detect (AM mode) 




1 pulse 


2pulses 


3pulses 


4pulses 




1 




No. 2 








1 


1 


No. 3 





1 





1 


4 
5 


Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode) 




1 pulse 


2pulses 


3pulses 


4pulses 




1 




No. 4 








1 


1 


No. 5 





1 





1 


6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 
G1 


1 
2 
3 
4 


Quiet detect time 


No. = 


Binary input 
8 4 2 1 
12 3 4 
10 






1 





OPTION 


5 
6 

7 
8 


Quiet detect start timing 


No. = 


Binary input 
8 4 2 1 
5 6 7 8 
10 1 






1 



1 




SW 

I 
G2 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 
G3 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


TAD (A.M.) connect 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


5 
6 


Section time of quiet detection 




30s 


40s 


50s 


60s 




1 




No. 5 
No. 6 







1 


1 



1 
1 


7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

H1 


1 


Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Lower 
duration) 


350ms 


200ms 







2 


Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Upper 
duration) 


650ms 


900ms 







3 


Reserved 











4 


Busy tone continuous sound detect time 


5s 


10s 


1 




5 


Reserved 











6 


Busy tone detect continuation sound detect 
(during ICM: for internal A.M.) 


No 


Yes 







7 


Reserved 











8 


Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect 
(during ICM: for internal A.M.) 


No 


Yes 







SW 

I 

H2 


1 
2 


Busy tone detection pulse number 




2pulses 


4pulses 


6pulses 


10pulses 




1 




No. 1 








1 


1 


No. 2 





1 





1 


3 


Fax switching when A.M. full 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
11 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
12 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
I 
13 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
I 
14 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 
1 
15 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
1 
16 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 
1 
17 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

1 

J1 


1 


Activity report print 


Automatic printout 


No printout when memory full 





OPTION 


2 


Total communication hours and pages print 


No 


Yes 







3 


Sender's phone number setting 


Cannot change 


Change allowed 







4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Summertime setting 


No 


Yes 


1 


OPTION 


7 
8 


Ringer volume 




Off 


Low 


Middle 


High 


1 




OPTION 


No. 7 








1 


1 


No. 8 





1 





1 


SW 

I 

J2 


1 
2 


Speaker volume (3 stages) 




Low 


Low 


Middle 


High 


1 




OPTION 


No. 1 








1 


1 


No. 2 





1 





1 


3 


Polling key 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


4 
5 


Handset receiver volume 




Middle 


Middle 


Middle 


High 


1 




OPTION 


No. 4 








1 


1 


No. 5 





1 





1 


6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

J3 


1 


Automatic cover sheet 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


2 
3 
4 


Communication results printout 
(Transaction report) 




E/T/M 


Send only 


Always 


No print 


Err only 


1 





OPTION 


No. 4 














1 


No. 5 








1 


1 





No. 6 





1 





1 





5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



sw 

NO. 


DATA 
NO. 


ITEM 


Switch setting and function 


Initial 
setting 


Remarks 


1 





SW 

1 

K1 


1 


Entering DIAG mode by pressing SPEED 
key 


Yes 


No 







2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 

L1 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Cut off mode (COPY mode) 


Yes 


No 


1 


OPTION 


6 


A4 paper enable 


Enable 


Disable 







7 


LEGAL & LETTER paper enable 


Enable 


Disable 


1 




8 


2 IN 1 Mode 


Yes 


No 





OPTION 


SW 

I 

L2 


1 
2 


Paper set size 




LETTER 


LEGAL 


A4 






OPTION 


No. 1 








1 


No. 2 





1 





3 


Automatic reduce of receive 


Auto 


100% 


1 


OPTION 


4 


Paper type 


High quality 


Regular 





OPTION 


5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 
M1 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 











SW 

I 
M2 


1 


Reserved 











2 


Reserved 











3 


Reserved 











4 


Reserved 











5 


Reserved 











6 


Reserved 











7 


Reserved 











8 


Reserved 












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• Soft switch function description 

SW-A1 No. 1 Protect from echo 

Used to protect from echo in reception. 
SW-A1 No. 2 Forced 4800BPS reception 

When line conditions warrant that receptions take place at 4800 BPS 
repeatedly. 

It may improve the success of receptions by setting at 4800BPS. 

This improve the receiving document quality and reduces handshake 
time due to fallback during training. 

SW-A1 No. 3 Footer print 

When set to "1", the date of reception, the sender machine No., and 
the page No. are automatically recorded at the end of reception. 

SW-A1 No. 4 Length limitation of copy/send/receive 

Used to set the maximum page length. 

To avoid possible paper jam, the page length is normally limited to 1 
meter for copy or transmit, and 1 .5 meters for receive. 

It is possible to set it to "No limit" to transmit a long document, such 
as a computer print form, etc. (In this case, the receiver must also be 
set to no limit.) 

SW-A1 No. 5 CSI transmission 

(CSI TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set whether the machine sends 
or does not send the signal (CSI signal) informing its own telephone 
No. to the remote fax. machine when information is received. When 
"nonsending" is set, the telephone No. is not output on the remote 
transmitting machine if the remote transmitting machine has the func- 
tion to display or print the telephone No. of receiving machine, using 
this CSI signal. 

SW-A1 No. 6 DIS receive acknowledgment during G3 transmis- 
sion 

Used to make a choice of whether reception of DIS (NSF) is acknowl- 
edged after receiving two DISs (NSFs) or receiving one DIS (two 
NSFs). 

It may be useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo sup- 
pression problem, if set to 1 . 

SW-A1 No. 7 Non-modulated carrier for V29 transmission 
modem 

Though transmission of a non-modulated carrier is not required for 
transmission by the V29 modem according to the CCITT recommen- 
dation, it may be permitted to a send non-modulated carrier before 
the image signal to avoid and echo suppression problem. It may be 
useful for overseas communication to avoid an echo suppression 
problem, if set to 1. 

SW-A1 No. 8 EOL (End Of Line) detect timer 

Used to make a choice of whether to use the 25-second or 13-second 
timer for detection of EOL. 

This is effective to override communication failures with some facsim- 
ile models that have longer EOL detection. 

SW-A2 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Modem speed 

Used to set determine the initial modem speed. The default is 
9600BPS. 

It may be necessary to program it to a slower speed when frequent 
line fallback is encountered, in order to save the time required for 
fallback procedure. 

SW-A2 No. 5 Sender's information transmit 

(SENDER'S INFORMATION TRANSMISSION) is a switch to set the 
function to print the content of HEADER PRINT described in the 
passcode list at the front end of receiver's original when original is 
sent to the remote machine. 

If this switch is set to "NO", the HEADER PRINT is not output at the 
receiving machine. 

SW-A2 No. 6 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

SW-A2 No. 7 Communication error treatment in RTN sending 
mode (Reception) 

Used to determine communication error treatment when RTN is sent 
by occurrence of a received image error in G3 reception. When it is 
set to "1", communication error is judged as no error. 

SW-A2 No. 8 CNG transmission 

When set to "0" , this model allows CNG transmission by pressing the 
Start key in the key pad dialing mode. When set to "1", CNG trans- 
mission in the key pad dialing mode cannot be performed. In either 
case. CNG transmission can be performed in the auto dial mode. 

SW-A3 No. 1, No. 2 CED tone signal interval 

For international communication, the 2100Hz CED tone may act as 
an echo suppression switch, causing a communication problem. 

Though SW-A3 No. 1 and No. 2 are normally set to 0, it should be 
changed this time between the CED tone signal to eliminate the 
communication problem caused by echo. 

TX RX 

C£D 




SW-A3 No. 3 MR Coding 

MR Coding is enable. 
SW-A3 No. 4 ECM mode 

Used to determine ECM mode function. Refer to following table. 



SW-A3 No. 4 ECM MODE 








1 


1 


SW-A3 No. 5 ECM MMR MODE 





1 





1 


Compression method 


ECM MMR mode 


Yes 


No 


No 


No 


ECM MH mode 


Yes 


Yes 


No 


No 


MR Mode 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 


Yes 



(Depending on remote machine) 

SW-A3 No. 5 ECM MMR mode 

See SW-A3 No. 4. 

SW-A3 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-A4 No. 1 ~ No. 5 Signal transmission level 

Used to control the signal transmission level in the range of-OdB 

to-31dB. 

SW-A4 No. 6 Protocol monitor (Error print) 

If set to "1", protocol is printed at communication error. 
SW-A4 No. 7 Protocol monitor 

Normally set to "0". If set to "1", communication can be checked, in 

case of troubles, without using a G3 tester or other tools. 

When communication FSK data transmission or reception is made, 

the data is taken into the buffer. When communication is finished, the 

data is analyzed and printed out. When data is received with the line 

monitor (SW-A4 No. 8) set to "1" the reception level is also printed 

out. 

SW-A4 No. 8 Line monitor 

Normally set to "0". If set to "1", the transmission speed and the 
reception level are displayed on the LCD. Used for line tests. 

SW-A5 No. 1, No. 2 Digital line equalization setting (Reception) 

Line equalization when reception is to be set according to the line 
characteristics. 

Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone 
and the telephone company central switching station. 

SW-A5 No. 3, No. 4 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

SW-A5 No. 5, No. 6 Digital cable equalizer setting 
(Reception for Caller ID) 

Line equalization when reception for CALLER ID is to be set accord- 
ing to the line characteristics. 

Setting should be made according to distance between the telephone 
and the telephone company central switching station. 

SW-A5 No. 7 Error criterion 

Used to select error criterion for sending back RTN when receiving 
image data. 

SW-A5 No. 8 Anti junk fax check 

When use the Anti junk fax function, set to "1 ". 
SW-A6 No. 1 Auto gain control (MODEM) 

When this mode is enabled, if the reception signal level is under 
31 dBm. The modem itself controls the signal gain automatically. 

SW-A6 No. 2 End buzzer 

Setting this bit to will disable the end buzzer (including the error 
buzzer/on-hook buzzer). 

SW-A6 No. 3 Disconnect the line when DIS is received in RX 
mode 

Bit1= 0: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, the line is 
disconnected immediately. 

Bit1= 1: When DIS signal is received during RX mode, the line is 
disconnected on the next tone. 

SW-A6 No. 4 Equalizer freeze control (MODEM) 

This switch is used to perform reception operation by fixing the equal- 
izer control of modem for the line which is always in an unfavorable 
state and picture cannot be received. 

* Usually, the control is executed according to the state of line where 
the equalizer setting is changed always. 

SW-A6 No. 5 Equalizer freeze control 7200BPS only 

Setting which specifies SW-A3 No. 6 control only in the condition of 
7200BPS modem speed. 

SW-A6 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-B1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Recall interval 

Choice is made for a redial interval for speed and rapid dial calls. 
Used a binary number to program this. If set to accidentally, 1 will 
be assumed. 

SW-B1 No. 5 - No. 8 Recall times 

Choice is made as to how many redials should be. 
SW-B2 No. 1 Dialing pause (sec/pause) 

Pauses can be inserted between telephone numbers of direct dial 
connection. Selection of 4 sec or 2 sec pause is available. 

SW-B2 No. 2, No. 3 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-B2 No. 4 Busy tone detection (after auto dial) 

Used to set busy tone detection in auto dialing. 
SW-B2 No. 5 Waiting time after dialing 

This is time waiting for the opponent's signals after dialing. 

For the Switzerland version, the time is fixed to 90 seconds regard- 
less of this switch setting. 

SW-B2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-B3 No. 1 No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



SW-B4 No. 1 Auto dial mode Delay timer of before line connect 

Delay time between the dial key input and line connection under the 
auto dial mode. 

RAPID01 CML RELAY ON 
V V 

L J DIALLING ► 



: Osec 

1 : 3sec 

SW-B4 No. 2 Auto dial mode Delay timer of after line connect 

Delay time between the line connection and dial data output under 
the auto dial mode. 

| — DIAL DATA ► 

JUUl 



RAPID01 
5Z 



CML RELAY ON 
V 



: 1 .7sec 

1 : 3sec 

SW-B4 No. 3 Dial mode 

When using the pulse dial, set to 1. When using the tone dial, set to 
0. 

SW-B4 No. 4 Pulse -> Tone change function by x key 

When setting to 1 , the mode is changed by pressing the x key from 
the pulse dial mode to the tone dial mode. 

SW-B4 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-B5 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (Low) 

The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted, (lower frequency) 

00000: OdBm 

I 

11111:-15.5dBm(-0.5dBmx31) 
SW-B5 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 
Set to "0". 

SW-B6 No. 1 ~ No. 5 DTMF signal transmission level (High) 
The transmission level of DTMF signal is adjusted, (higher frequency) 

00000: OdBm 

i 

1 1 1 1 1 : -1 5.5 dBm (-0.5dBm x 31 ) 
SW-B6 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 
Set to "0". 

SW-C1 No. 1, No. 2 Reading slice (Binary) 
Used to determine the set value of reading density in standard/fine 
mode. The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00") 

SW-C1 No. 3, No. 4 Reading slice (Half tone) 

Used to determine the set value of reading density in half tone mode. 
The standard setting is "00" (Factory setting is "00") 

SW-C1 No. 5 Line density selection 

Used to set the transmission mode which is automatically selected 
when the Resolution key is not pressed. In the copy mode, however, 
the fine mode is automatically selected unless the Resolution key is 
manually set to another mode. 

SW-C1 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



SW-D1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Number of rings for auto receive 

When the machine is set in the auto receive mode, the number of 
rings before answering can be selected. It may be set from one to 
four rings using a binary number. Since the facsimile telephone could 
be used as an ordinary telephone if the handset is taken off the hook, 
it should be programmed to the user's choice. If the soft switch was 
set to 1, direct connection is made to the facsimile. If a facsimile 
calling beep was heard when the handset is taken off the hook, press 
the START key and put the handset on the hook to have the facsimile 
start receiving. If it was set to accidentally, receive ring is set to 1 . 

NOTE: If the machine is set to answer after a large number of rings, it 
may not be able to receive faxes successfully. If you have 
difficulty receiving faxes, reduce the number of rings to a max- 
imum of 6. 

SW-D1 No. 5 Automatic switching manual to auto receive mode 

This soft switch is used to select whether the machine should switch 
to the auto receive mode after 5 rings in the manual receive mode or 
remain in the same way as SW-D1 No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 
"0"1"0"1"(5 rings). 

SW-D1 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-D2 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Distinctive ringing setting 

When the ringing setting is turned off, all of the CI signal are received. 
When any of the standard, and ring patterns 1 through 3 is selected 
for the ringing setting, only the selected CI signal is received. 

CI signal patterns 

The CI signal patterns consists of the standard pattern, and ring 

patterns 1 through 7. The standard pattern is the conventional one. 



2S 



4S 



2S 



2S 



1.5S 



3S 



1S 



4S 



1.5S 0.5S 



RING 

PATTERN 1 

for USA 



0.5S 
0.8S 0.8S 



4S 



0.4S 
1S 1S 

1S 



4S 



3S 



RING 

PATTERN 2 

tor USA 



RING 

PATTERN 3 

for USA 



0.3S 1S 0.3S 

V~V U^ 

0.2S 0.2S 
0.4S 0.4S 0.8S 

_JUU L 

0.2S 0.2S 



4S 



4S 



RING 
PATTERN 1 
for CANADA 



RING 
PATTERN 2 
for CANADA 



1S 



1S 



0.5S 
0.5S IS 0.5S 



3.5S 



0.5S 



0.5S 



3S 



RING 
PATTERN 3 
for CANADA 



0.5S 0.5S 



0.5S 0.5S 



1S 



3S 



SW-D2 No. 4 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-D2 No. 5 Caller ID function 

Used for Caller ID function. 



SW-D2 No. 6, No. 7 CI off detection timer (Distinctive ring setting 
off only) 

Set the minimum time period of CI signal interruption which affords to 
be judged as a CI OFF section. 



B 



~L_T 



400msec 

© 



2000msec 



SW-D2 No. 8 High frequency cut when caller ID detecting 

If an error occurs when the caller ID is detected by a circuit, set the 
switch to "1". 

SW-E1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-E2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-F1 No. 1, No. 2 DTMF detect time 

Used to set detect time of DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) used in 
remote reception (5 * x ). 

The longer the detect time is, the less the error detection is caused by 
noises. 

SW-F1 No. 3 Protection of remote 

Used to set the function of remote reception (5 x x). When set to "1 ", 
the remote reception function is disabled. 

SW-F1 No. 4 Remote reception with GE telephone 

(Corresponding to TEL made by GE) P. B. X. 
"1": Compatible with TEL mode by GE 
"0": Not compatible 

• When sending (5* x ) for remote reception with a GE manufac- 
tured telephone remote reception may not take place because of 
special specifications in their DTMF. 

To overcome this, a soft SW is provided to change the modem 
setting to allow for remote reception. 

• If this soft SW is set to "1 ", other telephone sets may be adversely 
affected. 

SW-F1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Remote operation code figure by external 
TEL (0-9) 

Remote operation codes can be changes from through 9. If set to 
greater than 9, it defaults to 9. The "5 * x " is not changed. 
Ex-7* x (Default: 5x x ) 

SW-F2 No. 1 CNG detection in STAND-BY mode 

When setting to "1", the CNG signal detection function during standby 
stops. 

SW-F2 No. 2, No. 3 Number of CNG detect (AM mode) 

Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses. 

SW-F2 No. 4, No. 5 Number of CNG (STAND-BY mode) 

Used for detection of CNG in 1 to 4 pulses. 
SW-F2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-G1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Quiet detect time 

When an answering machine is connected, if a no sound state is 
detected for a certain period of time, the machine judges it as a 
transmission from a facsimile machine and automatically switches to 
the FAX mode. 

SW-G1 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Quiet detect start timing 

Inserts a pause before commencing quiet detection. 
SW-G2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 

SW-G3 No. 1 ~ No. 3 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-G3 No. 4 TAD (A.M.) connect 

When connecting the answering machine to the extension telephone 
jack. 

SW-G3 No. 5, No. 6 Section time of quiet detection 

The switch which sets the time from the start of detection function to 
the end of the function. 

SW-G3 No. 7, No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-H1 No. 1 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Lower duration) 

The initial value of detection is set according to electric condition. 

The set value is changed according to the local switch board. (Erro- 
neous detection of sound is reduced.) 

Normally the upper limit is set to 900msec, and the lower limit to 
200msec. 

If erroneous detection is caused by sound, etc., adjust the detection 
range. 

The lower limit can be set in the range of 350msec to 200msec. 

SW-H1 No. 2 Busy tone detection ON/OFF time (Upper duration) 

Similarly to SW-H1 No. 1 , the set value can be varied. 

The upper limit can be set in the range of 650msec to 900msec. 



SW-H1 No. 1 


SW-H1 No. 2 


Detection range 








200msec ~ 900msec 





1 


200msec ~ 650msec 


1 





350msec ~ 900msec 


1 


1 


350msec ~ 650msec 



SW-H1 No. 3 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-H1 No. 4 Busy tone continuous sound detect time 

Set detecting time busy tone for 5 seconds or as is PTT. 
SW-H1 No. 5 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-H1 No. 6 Busy tone detect continuation sound detect 
(during ICM: for internal A.M.) 

Used to select detection of the continuous sound of certain fre- 
quency. 

SW-H1 No. 7 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-H1 No. 8 Busy tone detect intermittent sound detect 
(during ICM: for internal A.M.) 

Used to select detection of the intermittent sound of certain fre- 
quency. 

SW-H2 No. 1, No. 2 Busy tone detection pulse number 

Used to set detection of Busy tone intermittent sounds. 
SW-H2 No. 3 Fax switching when A.M. full 

If the answering machine's memory (tape) is full and there is no 
response, the machine automatically switches to Fax reception. 

SW-H2 No. 4 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-11 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-I2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



SW-I3 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-I4 No. 1 - No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-I5 No. 1 - No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-I6 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-I7 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-J1 No. 1 Activity report print 

This soft switch is used to select: whether or not to print out the 
activity report when the memory is full. An activity report can be 
printed when the following key entry command is made. 

"FUNCTION", "2", "#", "START" 

After producing the activity report, all the data in the memory will be 
cleared. 

When the switch function is set to "0" (no), the data in the memory will 
be deleted from the oldest as it reaches the maximum memory ca- 
pacity. 

SW-J1 No. 2 Total communication hours and pages print 

Used to make a choice of whether the total communication time and 
pages are recorded in the activity report. 

SW-J1 No. 3 Sender's phone number setting 

Used to make a choice of whether the registered sender's phone 
number can be changed or not. If the switch is set to "1", new regis- 
tration of the sender's phone number is disabled to prevent accidental 
wrong input. 

SW-J1 No. 4, No. 5 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-J1 No. 6 Summer time setting 

This is used to set YES/NO of automatic clock adjustment for Euro- 
pean Summertime. 

SW-J1 No. 7, No. 8 Ringer volume 

Used to adjust ringing volume. 

SW-J2 No. 1 , No. 2 Speaker volume (3 stages) 

Used to adjust sound volume from a speaker. 

SW-J2 No. 3 Polling key 

If this switch is set to 1 , the last of Rapid key works as polling key. 

SW-J2 No. 4, No. 5 Handset receiver volume 

Used to adjust sound volume from a handset receiver volume. 

SW-J2 No. 6 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-J3 No. 1 Automatic cover sheet 

The machine automatically generates a cover sheet and sends it as 
the last page of each transmission. 

SW-J3 No. 2 ~ No. 4 Communication result printout (Transaction 
report) 

Every communication, the result can be output. As usual, it is set to 
print the timer sending communication error alone. If No. 2: No. 3: 1 
No. 4: are set, printing is always on (printed even if it is normally 
ended). 

000: Error, timer and memory sending/receiving 

001: Sending 

010: Continuous printing 

01 1 : Not printed 

100: Communication error 



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SW-J3 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-K1 No. 1 Entering DIAG mode by pressing SPEED key 

A bit which is used in the production process only. When the SPEED 
key is pressed, the switch is changed from the stand-by state to the 
DIAG mode. 

SW-K1 No. 2 - No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-L1 No. 1 ~ No. 4 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-L1 No. 5 Cut off mode (COPY mode) 

Whether the excessive part is printed on the next recording paper or 
discarded is selected to copy a document which is longer than the 
recording paper. 

SW-L1 No. 6 A4 Paper enable 

The use of recording paper of A4 is enabled. 

SW-L1 No. 7 LEGAL and LETTER paper enable 

The use of recording paper of LEGAL and LETTER is enabled. 

SW-L1 No. 8 2 IN 1 mode 

A function to print transmitted data of two pages on one sheet. 

SW-L2 No. 1, No. 2 Paper set size 

At present size of the recording paper. 

SW-L2 No. 3 Automatic reduce of receive 

If set to 1 , it is reduced automatically when receiving. 

SW-L2 No. 4 Paper type 

The type of the recording paper is set. 

SW-L2 No. 5 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-M1 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 

SW-M2 No. 1 ~ No. 8 Reserved 

Set to "0". 



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[3] Troubleshooting 

Refer to the following actions to troubleshoot any of problems men- 
tioned in 1-4. 

[1 ] A communication error occurs. 

[2] Image distortion produced. 

[3] Unable to do overseas communication. 

[4] Communication speed slow due to FALLBACK. 

• Increase the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1 , 2, 3, 4, 
5. May be used in case [1] [2] [3]. 

• Decrease the transmission level SOFT SWITCH A4-1 , 2, 3, 4, 
5. May be used in case [3]. 



• Apply line equalization SOFT SWITCH A5-1 , 2. 
May be used in case [1] [2] [3] [4]. 

• Slow down the transmission speed SOFT SWITCH A2-1 , 2, 
3, 4. May be used in case [2] [3]. 

• Replace the TEL/LIU PWB. 
May be used in all cases. 

• Replace the control PWB. 
May be used in all cases. 

If transmission problems still exist on the machine, use the follow- 
ing format and check the related matters. 



TO: 


ATT: 


Ref.No. 




CC: 


ATT: 


Date 




FM: 




Dept 








Sign 





From: Mr. 



**** Facsimile communication problem *** 



Fax Tel No. 



Ref.No.: 
Date: 



Our customer 



Name 
Address 



Tel No. 
Fax No. 



Contact person 



Model name 



Other party 



Name 



Tel No. 



Address 
Contact person 



Fax No. 
Model name 



Problem mode 



Line: Domestic / international Model: G3 

Reception / Transmission Automatic reception / Manual reception 



Phase: A, B, C, D. 



Automatic dialing / Manual dialing / Others 



Frequency: 



% ROM version: 



Confirmation 
item 



Our customer 



Other party 




Our service 



Other party's service 



Please mark problem with an X. 
No problem is: 0. 



A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 D1 D2 E1 E2 



Transmission level setting is ( 
customer 



i dB at our 



Transmission level ( ) dBm 
Reception level ( ) dBm 
By level meter at B1 and B2 



Comment 



Countermeasure 



Please attach the G3 data and activity report on problem. ' 



Please complete this report before calling the "TAC" hotline if problem still occurs. 



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[4] Error code table 



1 . Communication error code table 
G3 Transmission 



Code 


Final received signal 


Error Condition (Receiver side) 





Incomplete signal frame 


Cannot recognize bit stream after flag 


1 


NSF, DIS 


Cannot recognize DCS signal by echo etc. 
Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc) 


2 


CFR 


Disconnects line during reception (carrier missing etc) 


3 


FTT 


Disconnects line by fall back 


4 


MCF 


Disconnects line during reception of multi page 

Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal in the case of mode change 


5 


PIP or PIN 


The line is hung up without replying to telephone request from the receiving party. 


6 


RTN or RTP 


Cannot recognize NSS, DCS signal after transmit RTN or RTP signal. 


7 


No signal or DCN 


No response in receiver side or DCN signal received* (transmitter side) 


8 


— 


Owing to error in some page the error could not be corrected although the specified number of 
error retransmission was at tempted. 


11 


— 


Error occurred after or while reception by the remote (receiving) machine was revealed to be 
impossible. 


12 


- 


Error occurred just after fallback. 


13 


- 


Error occurred after a response to retransmission end command was received. 



G3 Reception 



Code 


Final received signal 


Error Condition (Receiver side) 





Incomplete signal frame 


Cannot recognize bit stream after flag 


1 


NSS, DCS 


Cannot recognize CFR or FTT signal 
Disconnects line during transmission (line error) 


2 


NSC, DTC 


Cannot recognize NSS signal (FIF code etc) 


3 


EOP 


Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal 


4 


EOM 


Cannot recognize MCF, PIP, PIN, RTN, RTP signal in the case of mode change 


5 


MPS 


The line is hung up without replying to communication request. 


6 


PR1-Q 


Cannot recognize PIP, PIN signal in the case of TALK request 


7 


No signal or DCN 


No response in transmitter (cannot recognize DIS signal) or DCN signal received* (receiver side) 


8 


- 


Error occurred upon completion of reception of all pages. 


9 


- 


Error occurred when mode was changed or Transmission/Reception switching was performed. 


10 


- 


Error occurred during partial page or physical page reception. 


11 


— 


Error occurred after or during inquiry from the remote (transmitting) machine as to whether 
reception is possible or not. 


12 


- 


Error occurred during or just after fallback. 


13 


- 


Error occurred after the retransmission end command was received. 



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CHAPTER 3. MECHANISM BLOCKS 

[1] General description 

1 . Document feed block and diagram 



Document 
sensor 



Document 
guide upper 

Front 
sensor 



Pinch roller 
spring 





Feed roller 2 



Hopper guide 



Document guide 
lower 



Paper feed roller 



Feed roller 



Pinch roller2 



' Pinch roller spring 2 

Fig. 1 

2. Document feed operation 

1) The original, which is set in the document hopper, feeds automati- 
cally when the front sensor is activated. This in turn activates the 
pulse motor which drives the document supply roller. The docu- 
ment stops when the lead edge is detected by the document 
sensor. 

2) The lead edge of the original is fed a specified number of pulses 
after the lead edge of the document is detected for the reading 
process to begin. 

3) The trailing edge of the original is fed a specific number of pulses 
after the trailing edge of the document deactivates the document 
sensor. The read process then stops and the original is dis- 
charged. 

4) When the front sensor is in the OFF state (any document is not 
set up in the hopper guide), the drive will be stopped when the 
document is discharged. 



3. Hopper mechanism 
3-1. General view 




Fig. 2 

The hopper section contains document guides that are used to adjust 
the hopper to the width of the original document. This ensures that 
the original feeds straight into the fax machine for scanning. 
Document width: 148 mm to 216 mm (A5 longitudinal size to Letter 
longitudinal size) 

NOTE: Adjust the document guide after setting up the document. 



3-2. Automatic document feed 

1) Use of the paper feed roller and separation rubber plate ensures 
error-free transport and separation of documents. The plate spring 
presses the document to the paper feed roller to assure smooth 
feeding of the document. 

2) Document separation method: Separation rubber plate 



Separation rubber 



Paper feed spring 




Paper feed roller 



Fig. 3 
3-3. Documents applicable for automatic feed 





4x6 series 

(788mm x 1091mm x 

1000mm sheets) 


Square 
meter series 


Minimum 


Maximum 


Minimum 


Maximum 


Feeder capacity 


20 sheets, max. 


Paperweight 


45kg 


64.3kg 


52g/m 2 


74.3g/m 2 


Paper thickness (ref.) 


0.06mm 


0.09mm 


0.06mm 


0.09mm 


Paper size 


B6 (128mm x 182mm) ~ 

A4 (210mm x297mm), Letter (216mm x279mm) 



NOTE: Double-side coated documents and documents on facsimile 
recording paper should be inserted manually. The document 
feed quantity may be changed according to the document 
thickness. 

Documents corresponding to a paper weight heavier than 64.3kg 
(74.3g/m 2 ) and lighter than 135kg (157g/m 2 ) are acceptable for man- 
ual feed. 

Documents heavier than 135kg in terms of the paper weight must be 
duplicated on a copier to make it operative in the facsimile. 

3-4. Loading the documents 

1) Make sure that the documents are of suitable size and thickness, 
and free from creases, folds, curls, wet glue, wet ink, clips, staples 
and pins. 

2) Place documents face down in the hopper. 

i) Adjust the document guides to the document size. 

ii) Align the top edge of documents and gently place them into 
the hopper. The first page under the stack will be taken up by 
the feed roller to get ready for transmission. 

NOTES: 1) Curled edge of documents, if any, must be straighten 
out. 

2) Do not load the documents of different sizes and/or 
thicknesses together. 



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Separation rubber Last page of document 




First page of 
document 



Paper feed spring 
Paper feed roller 
Fig. 4 

3-5. Documents requiring use of document carrier 

1 ) Documents smaller than B6 (1 28mm x 1 82mm). 

2) Documents thinner than the thickness of 0.06mm. 

3) Documents containing creases, folds, or curls, especially those 
whose surface is curled (maximum allowable curl is 5mm). 

4) Documents containing tears. 

5) Carbon-backed documents. (Insert a white sheet of paper be- 
tween the carbon back and the document carrier to avoid transfer 
of carbon to the carrier.) 

6) Documents containing an easily separable writing material (e.g., 
those written with a lead pencil). 

7) Transparent documents. 

8) Folded or glued documents. 

Document in document carrier should be inserted manually into 
the feeder. 

4. Document release 

4-1. General 

To correct a jammed document or to clean the document running 
surface, pull the operation panel lock lever under the front center of 
the operation panel. To open the upper document guide, the opera- 
tion panel must be opened first. 



5. Optical system 
(1) General view 



Rear sheet 



Document 

LED lamp 



Reader 
glass 




CCD PWB 
Red mark 




Mirror 3 



Mirror 2 ; CCD 
Lens 



Mirror 1 



Fig. 5 

(2) Composition 

The optical system is composed of the document feed mechanism, 
the LED lamp, the reflecting mirrors, the focusing lens, the CCD 
sensor, and the read process circuit. 

5-1. LED Lamp/Lens 

The LED lamp is used to project light to the document. 
NOTE: Take care for the position of the red mark on the lens. (Top 
of the light-projected side) 

5-2. CCD 

The CCD (charge coupled device) image sensor consists of a pho- 
todiode array which converts the intensity of light reflected from the 
document surface into series of analog voltages which are then 
stored in an analog shift register. The series of analog voltages are 
then converted into a digital equivalent by a black/white binary logic 
circuit. 

(Example) Scan signal output waveform 



Peak 




Fig. 6 

1) The minimum output from the CCD at the maximum scan width of 
document (21 6mm) must be more than 50% of the peak value. 



2) The peak output must be about 0.2 - 
to avoid CCD saturation. 



0.6 under room temperature 



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6. Recording block 
(1) General view 



Imaging film 




RP hopper 



Main frame 



Rotation plate 
PE sensor lever 



Film sensor 
lever 



Separate plate 



P-IN sensor lever 



Fig. 7 



6-1. Driving 

In the drive mechanism, the rotating force of the pulse motor for both 
transmission and reception is transmitted to the paper supply roller, 
the recording paper feed roller and imaging film drive gear through 
the pulse motor axle gear, reduction gear and planetary gear. 

6-2. Recording 

This equipment employs the thermal transcription system which used 
the thermal head imaging film. 

1) Thermal head 

The thermal head is composed of 2,016 heating elements in traverse 
line, and the resolution power is 8 dots/mm. The maximum speed is 
10 ms/line. 

2) Structure of recording mechanism 

Recording is achieved by applying a suitable pressure to the thermal 
head through the imaging film of the recording paper feed roller and 
the recording paper. 

The main scanning is electronically done, and the sub-scanning is 
mechanically done (by sending the recording paper with the recording 
paper feed roller). 



3) Recording paper transfer sequence 

a) The recording paper stored in the RP hopper is fed with the PU 
roller, and the recording paper is stopped when the P-IN sensor is 
turned on by sensing its lead edge. 

b) Hereafter, the imaging film and recording paper are transferred 
with the recording paper feed roller, and thermal transcription is 
done on the recording paper. 

c) After thermal transcription, the imaging film is taken up by the 
roller on the take-up side, and the recording paper is discharged 
by the PO roller. 

As basic, the density unevenness mainly results from the longitu- 
dinal misalignment of the thermal head to the heater line. Other- 
wise, the head is in uneven contact with the recording paper feed 
roller, or the imaging film is wrinkled. 

The following items are described as the simplified checking 
method. 

® Are the power and signal cables of the thermal head suitably 
treated? 

© Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head pres- 
sure spring is replaced? 

@ Is the feed roller of the recording paper concentric? (Density is 
uneven at intervals.) 

@ Does the same symptom appear even if the thermal head is re- 
placed? 

© Is the imaging film stained or wrinkled? 



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[2] Disassembly and assembly procedures 



This chapter mainly describes the disassembly procedures. For the assembly procedures, reverse the disassembly procedures. 

Easy and simple disassembly/assembly procedures of some parts and units are omitted. For disassembly and assembly of such parts and units, 
refer to the Parts List. 

The numbers in the illustration, the parts list and the flowchart in a same section are common to each other. 

To assure reliability of the product, the disassembly and the assembly procedures should be performed carefully and deliberately. 



Operation panel unit, document guide 
lower and rear cover 



Parts list (Fig. 1) 










No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Mechanism unit 


1 


9 


Hook switch lever 


1 


2 


Operation panel unit 


1 


10 


Document guide lower unit 


1 


3 


Screw (3x1 2) 


2 


11 


Transfer gear 


1 


4 


Side cover 


1 


12 


Transfer bearing 


3 


5 


Screw (3x1 2) 


1 


13 


Transfer roller 


1 


6 


Screw (3x1 0) 


2 


14 


Feed gear ass'y 


1 


7 


Rear cabinet 


1 


15 


Feed roller 


1 


8 


Screw (3x1 0) 


4 


16 


Document guide lower 


1 




An attachment rib is attached 
in accordance with hole. 



Fig. 1 



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Document guide upper 



Parts list (Fig. 2) 










No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Operation panel unit 


1 


10 


Transfer bearing 


2 


2 


Screw (3x1 0) 


2 


11 


Transfer roller 


1 


3 


Document guide upper 
unit 


1 


12 


Separate spring 


1 


13 


Separate plate 


1 


4 


Panel lock lever spring 


1 


14 


Paper feed spring 


1 


5 


Panel lock lever 


1 


15 


Separation rubber 


1 


6 


Idler gear (28Z) 


1 


16 


Pinch roller spring 


2 


7 


Idler gear (20Z) 


1 


17 


Pinch roller shaft 


1 


8 


Transfer gear 


1 


18 


Pinch roller 


2 


9 


Rear sheet 


1 


19 


Document guide upper 


1 



After mounting to the (12) 


\ 


fulcrum and push down ^^SS^ 




to the direction of arrow ^-_^£u_ * 
mark. (]9j 


\f* 


ej 




A hook of a document 
guide upper is fit to 
positioning rib of panel 
unit . 



Fig. 2 



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Operation panel 



Parts list (Fig. 3) 




No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Operation panel unit 


1 


2 


Screw (2.6x6) 


5 


3 


Insulation sheet 




4 


Operation panel PWB unit 




5 


12 key 




6 


Start key 




7 


Stop key 




8 


Mode key 




9 


Direct key 




10 


Panel cable 




11 


Operation panel 






Fig. 3 



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Top cover and head frame unit 



Parts list (Fig. 4) 




No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Mechanism unit 




2 


Top cover unit 




3 


Screw (3x10) 


5 


4 


Head frame unit 




5 


Hopper guide, right 




6 


Hopper guide, left 




7 


Screw 




8 


Pinion gear 




9 


Hopper spring 




10 


Top cover 





Confirm of HOPPER GUIDE position. 
GAPO 




Fig. 4 



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Head frame and thermal head 



Parts list (Fig. 5) 










No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Release knob 


1 


11 


Head spring B 


2 


2 


Lock spring 


1 


12 


Head spring F 




3 


Lock lever 


1 


13 


Head frame 




4 


Screw (3x1 0) 


1 


14 


Head cable 




5 


Pop up spring 


1 


15 


Screw (3x6) 




6 


Cut washer 


2 


16 


Head earth cable 




7 


Film guide shaft 


2 


17 


Head guide, right 




8 


Head guide sheet 


1 


18 


Screw (3x6) 




9 


Thermal head unit 


1 


19 


Head guide, left 




10 


Head spring G 


2 


20 


Thermal head 






Fix p 
EAR 


osition of 
TH CABLE. 


(16) 


3>) 




- *2> 



Fig. 5 



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Paper out guide 



Parts list (Fig. 6) 




No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Mechanism unit 


1 


2 


Screw (3x10) 


2 


3 


Paper out guide unit 


1 


4 


Idler gear A 


1 


5 


Take-up gear 


1 


6 


Slip gear ass'y 


1 


7 


Cut washer 


1 


8 


Film shaft C 


1 


9 


PO pinch roller spring 


2 


10 


PO pinch roller 


2 


11 


Clamp 


1 


12 


Paper out guide 


1 



\1/ 




Fig. 6 



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Recording paper hopper, speaker and 
pinch roller 



Parts list (Fig. 7) 










No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Mechanism unit 


1 


10 


Paper up plate 


1 


2 


Screw (3x1 2) 


2 


11 


RPpad 


1 


3 


RP hopper unit 


1 


12 


Cassette spring 


2 


4 


Paper guide 


1 


13 


RP hopper 


1 


5 


Screw 


2 


14 


Screw 


3 


6 


RP release spring 


1 


15 


Seaker 


1 


7 


RP release gear, right 


1 


16 


Pinch roller spring 


2 


8 


RP release gear, left 


1 


17 


Pinch roller 


2 


9 


RP release plate 


1 


18 


Pinch roller shaft 


1 





Position of pinch 
shaft,roller,spring 



Fig. 7 



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o Main frame, ROM cover, memory cover, 

drive unit and optical unit 



Parts list (Fig. 8) 




No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Mechanism unit 




2 


Screw (3x10) 




3 


ROM cover 




4 


Memory cover 




5 


Screw (3x10) 




6 


Reduction gear B 




7 


Drive unit 




8 


Screw (3x10) 


3 


9 


Main frame unit 




10 


Optical unit 




11 


Clamp 






Must on the MAIN 
FRAME to BOTTOM 
CABINET when 
combine this GEAR. 



Fig. 8 



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Main frame, U turn guide and transfer roller etc. 



Parts list (Fig. 9) 
















No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


No. 


Part name 


Q'ty 


1 


Reduction gear A 




13 


PE sensor lever B 




25 


Back tension gear 




2 


PU gear 




14 


PU roller shaft 




26 


Back tension felt 




3 


Platen bearing 




15 


PU roller ass'y 




27 


Slip spring 




4 


Platen gear 




16 


PO roller ass'y 




28 


Hold down plate B 




5 


Platen bearing 




17 


PO roller rubber 


2 


29 


Back tension stopper 




6 


Platen roller 




18 


U turn guide 




30 


Separate plate spring 




7 


PO gear 




19 


Sensor lever spring 




31 


Separate sheet 




8 


Screw (3x1 0) 


4 


20 


P-IN sensor lever 




32 


Separate plate sheet 




9 


Film guide shaft B 




21 


Sensor lever spring 




33 


Separate plate 




10 


PE sensor lever spring 




22 


Film sensor lever 




34 


Guide sheet, left 




11 


PE sensor lever A 




23 


Pop up spring 




35 


Guide sheet, right 




12 


PE sensor spring 




24 


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36 


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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



10 



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5 


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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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Part name 


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No. 


Part name 


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12 


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6 


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13 


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7 


Reader glass 




14 


Optical frame 


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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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PWB section 



Parts list (Fig. 12) 



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Part name 


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2 


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3 


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4 


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7 


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8 


Control PWB unit 


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9 


TEL/LIU PWB unit 


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10 


Power supply PWB unit 


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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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Wire treatment 



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Part name 


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1 


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2 


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3 


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5 


4 


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6 


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7 


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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 



[1] Circuit description 

1. General description 

The compact design of the control PWB is obtained by using ROCK- 
WELL fax engine in the main control section and high density printing 
of surface mounting parts. Each PWB is independent according to its 
function as shown in Fig. 1 . 

2. PWB configuration 



LINE CABLE 




CCD PWB 



AC CORD 



TEL/LIU PWB 



CONTROL 
PWB 



POWER 

SUPPLY 

PWB 



PANEL PWB 



LCD PWB 



Fig. 1 

1) Control PWB 

The control PWB controls peripheral PWBs, mechanical parts, trans- 
mission, and performs overall control of the unit. 

This machine employs a 1 -chip modem (R96DFXL-CID) which is in- 
stalled on the control PWB. 

2) TEL/LIU PWB 

This PWB controls connection of the telephone line to the unit. 

3) Power supply PWB 

This PWB provides voltages of +5V, VREG and +24V to the another 
PWB. 

4) Panel PWB 

The panel PWB allows input of the operation keys. 

5) CCD PWB 

This PWB controls the pickup optical device. 

6) LCD PWB 

This PWB controls the LCD display. 



3. Operational description 

Operational descriptions are given below: 

• Transmission operation 

When a document is loaded in standby mode, the state of the 
document sensor is sensed via the 1 chip fax engine (XFCR- 
MVP). If the sensor signal was on, the motor is started to bring the 
document into the standby position. With depression of the START 
key in the off-hook state, transmission takes place. 

Then, the procedure is sent out from the modem and the motor is 
rotated to move the document down to the scan line. In the scan 
processor, the signal scanned by the CCD is sent to the internal 
image processor and the AD converter to convert the analog signal 
into binary data. This binary data is transferred from the scan 
processor to the image buffer within the RAM and encoded and 
stored in the transmit buffer of the RAM. The data is then con- 
verted from parallel to serial form by the modem where the serial 
data is modulated and sent onto the line. 

• Receive operation 

There are two ways of starting reception, manual and automatic. 
Depression of the START key in the off-hook mode in the case of 
manual receive mode, or CI signal detection by the LIU in the 
automatic receive mode. 

First, the XFCR-MVP controls the procedure signals from the 
modem to be ready to receive data. When the program goes into 
phase C, the serial data from the modem is converted to parallel 
form in the modem interface of the 1 chip fax engine (XFCR-MVP) 
which is stored in the receive buffer of the RAM. The data in the 
receive buffer is decoded software-wise to reproduce it as binary 
image data in the image buffer. The data is DMA transferred to the 
recording processor within the main control gate array which is 
then converted from parallel to serial form to be sent to the thermal 
head. The data is printed line by line by the XFCR-MVP which is 
assigned to control the motor rotation and strobe signal. 

• Copy operation 

To make a copy on this facsimile, the COPY key is pressed when 
the machine is in stand-by with a document on the document table 
and the telephone set is in the on-hook state. 

First, depression of the COPY key advances the document to the 
scan line. Similar to the transmitting operation, the image signal 
from the CCD is converted to a binary signal in the DMA mode via 
the 1 chip fax engine (XFCR-MVP) which is then sent to the image 
buffer of the RAM. Next, the data is transferred to the recording 
processor in the DMA mode to send the image data to the thermal 
head which is printed line by line. The copying takes place as the 
operation is repeated. 



5-1 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



[2] Circuit description of control PWB 

1. General description 

Fig. 2 shows the functional blocks of the control PWB, which is com- 
posed of 5 blocks. 



MAIN 

CONTROL 
BLOCK 



MODEM/ 

CONTROL 

BLOCK 



MECHANISM/ 

RECORDING 

CONTROL 

BLOCK 



PANEL 

CONTROL 

BLOCK 



IMAGE 

SIGNAL 

PROCESS 

BLOCK 



Fig. 2 Control PWB functional block diagram 

2. Description of each block 

(1) Main control block 

The main control block is composed of ROCKWELL 1 chip fax engine 
(XFCR-MVP), ROM (256KByte), RAM (32KByte), DRAM (512KByte). 
Devices are connected to the bus to control the whole unit. 

1) XFCR-MVP (IC4) : pin-144 QFP (XFCR-MVP) 

The FAXENGINE Integrated Facsimile Controllers. 

XFCR-MVP, contains an internal 8 bit microprocessor with an exter- 
nal 16 Mbyte address space and dedicated circuitry optimized for 
facsimile image processing and facsimile machine control and moni- 
toring. 



2) 27C020 (IC3): pin-32 DIP (ROM) 

EPROM of 2Mbit equipped with software for the main CPU. 

3) SRM2B256SLMX70 (IC6): pin-28 SOP (RAM) 

Line memory for the main CPU system RAM area and coding/decod- 
ing process. Used as the transmission buffer. 

Memory of recorded data such as daily report and auto dials. When 
the power is turned off, this memory is backed up by the lithium 
battery. 

4) 1X2129 (IC7): pin-28 SOJ (RAM) 

Image memory for recording process. 

• Memory for recording pixel data at without paper. 



MIRQN- 

A[23:0]- 

D [7:0]- 

RDN- 

WRN- 

ROMCSN- 

CSN [1:0]- 

MCSN- 

SYNC- 

REGDMA- 

WAITN- 

RASN- 

CASN[2:0]- 

DWRN- 

TONE- 

GPIO[7:0]/VID[7:0]- 

GPIO[10:8]/VDC [2:0]- 

GP011/BE/SERIN- 

GPI012/CS2N/SCLK- 

GPI013/CS3N/TXD- 

GPI014/CS4N/RXD- 

GPI015/CS5N- 

GPI016/IRQ8- 

GPI017/IRQ5N- 

GPIO18/IRQ10N- 

GP19/RDY/SERO- 

PM[3:0]/GPO[3:0]- 

SM[3:0]/GPO[3:0]- 

-VREF- 

+VREF- 

VIN- 

START- 

CLK1- 

CLK1N- 

CLK2- 

V1DCTL[1:0]- 



1K Internal RAM 

MC24 CPU 

Shading correction 

Line butter 



External CPU Bus 



BUS Interface 

DRAM Control 

Internal & External Bus Control 

Internal & External Decode 

DMA controller 



MC24CPU Control IF 

MC24 Megacell (8bit Data,24bit Address) 

WatchdogTimer 

Real Time Clock 

Crystal Oscillator 

Battery Back-up Circuit 

Interrupt Controller 

1 ' 



General I/O 

Motor Control 

GPIO 

Tone 

Video Port 

SART 
Autobaud 



Scanner Control & Video 
Processing 

6-Bit FADC 

CCD/CIS Scanner 

5ms,A4/B4 Lines 

Shading Correction (1 :1 ,1 :8) 

Edge Enhancement & Dithering 

Multilevel B4-A4 Reduction 
Dynamic ABC & Contrast Control 



Operator Panel IF 

32 keys 

8 LEDs 

LCD Module 



Internal CPU Bus 



Bl-level Resolution 
Convention 

Programmable 
Reduction & 
Expansion 



T.4/T.6 CODEC 

MH.MR, MMR 

Haroware 

Alternate 

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Decompression 

I 



Thermal Printer IF 

5 ms Line Time 

A4/B4 Lines 

TPH ADC 

4 Strobe TPH 

Latchless TPH 

External DMA l/F 

I 



SYSCLK 

TSTCLK 

DEBUGN 

RESETN 

XIN 

XOUT 

VBAT 

VDRAM 

PWRDWNN 

BATRSTN 



OPO [7:0] 
OPI [3:0] 
LEDCTL 
LCDCS 



THADIN 

PCLK/DMAACK 

PDAT 

PLAT 

STRB [3:0] 

STRBPOL/DMAREQ 



Fig. 3 



5-2 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



XFCR-MVP (IC4) Terminal descriptions 



Pin Name 


Pin No. 


I/O 


Input 
Type 


Output 
Type 


Pin Description 
(Active low signals have an "n" pin name ending.) 


CPU Control Interface 


MIRQn 


135 


I 


HU 


- 


Modem interrupt, active low. (Hysteresis In, Internal Pullup.) 


SYSCLK 


133 


I 


H 


- 


System clock. (Hysteresis In.) 


TSTCLK 


130 


O 


- 


3XC 


Test clock. 


Bus Control Interface 


A[23:0] 


[1:6][8:13] 
[15:20][22:27] 





T 


3XT 


Address bus (24-bit). 


D[7:0] 


[136:139] 
[141:144] 


I/O 


T 


3XT 


Data bus (8-bit). 


RDn 


128 





- 


3XTT 


Read strobe. 


WRn 


127 





- 


3XTT 


Write strobe. 


ROMCSn 


120 





- 


2XT 


ROM chip select. 


CS1n 


122 





- 


2XT 


I/O chip select. 


CSOn 


57 





- 


2XTT 


SRAM chip select. (Battery powered.) 


MCSn 


121 





- 


2XC 


Modem chip select. 


SYNC 


126 





- 


2XC 


Indicates CPU op code fetch cycle (active high). 


REGDMA 


124 





- 


3XC 


Indicates REGSEL cycle and DMA cycle. 


WAITn 


125 





- 


3XC 


Indicates current TSTCLK cycle is a wait state or a halt state. 


RASn 


113 





- 


3XTT 


DRAM row address select. 


CAS[2:0]n 


[110:112] 





- 


2XTT 


DRAM column address select. 


DWRn 


109 





- 


3XTT 


DRAM write. 


Prime Power Reset Logic and Test 


DEBUGn 


129 


I 


HU 


- 


External non-maskable input (NMI). 


RESETn 


131 


I/O 


HU 


2XO 


XFC Reset. 


TEST 


58 


I 


C 


- 


Sets Test mode (battery powered). 


Battery Power Control and Reset Logic 


XIN 


59 


I 


OSC 


- 


Crystal oscillator input pin. 


XOUT 


60 





- 


OSC 


Crystal oscillator output pin. 


PWRDWNn 


62 


I 


H 


- 


Indicates loss of prime power (results in NMI). 


BATRSTn 


61 


I 


H 


- 


Battery power reset input. 


Scanner Interface 


START 


101 





- 


2XS 


Scanner shift gate control. 


CLK1 


100 





- 


2XS 


Scanner clock. 


CLK1n 


99 





- 


2XS 


Scanner clock-inverted. 


CLK2 


98 





- 


2XS 


Scanner reset gate control (or clock for CIS scanner). 


VIDCTL[1:0] 


[97:96] 





- 


2XC 


Control for video preprocessing circuits. 


Printer Interface 


PCLK/ 
DMAACK 


29 





- 


3XC 


Thermal Print Head (TPH) clock, or external DMAACK. 


PDAT 


30 





- 


2XP 


Serial printing data (to TPH). 


PLAT 


31 





- 


3XP 


TPH data latch. 


STRB[3:0] 


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1XP 


Strobe signals for the TPH. 


STRBPOL/ 
DMARQ 


37 


I 


C 


- 


Sets strobe polarity, active high/low or external DMAREQ. 



5-3 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 

XFCR-MVP (IC4) Terminal descriptions 



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Pin No. 


I/O 


Input 
Type 


Output 
Type 


Pin Description 


Operator Panel Interface 


OPO[7:0] 


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[46:47] 


O 


- 


2XL 


Keyboard/LED strobe [7:0]. 


OPI[3:0] 


[49:52] 


I 


HU 


- 


Keyboard return [3:0]. (Pullup. Hysteresis In.) 


LEDCTL 


55 


O 


- 


4XC 


Indicates outputs OPO [7:0] are for LEDs. 


LCDCS 


54 


O 


- 


1XC 


LCD chip select. 


General Purpose I/O 


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VID[7:0] 


[86:87][89:94] 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO (8 lines) or video data bus. 


GPIO[10:8]/ 
VDC[2:0] 


[83:85] 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO (3 lines) or video data control signals. 


GPI011/BE/ 
SERINP 


82 


I/O 


H 


1XC 


Programmable: GPIO line, Bus Enable, serial data input (Autobaud). 


GPI012/ 
CS2n/SCLK 


80 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO line, I/O chip select or SCLK (SART). 


GPI013/ 
CS3n/TXD 


79 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO line, I/O chip select or TXD (SART). 


GPI014/ 
CS4n/RXD 


78 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO line, I/O chip select or RXD (SART). 


GPI015/ 
CS5n 


77 


I/O 


H 


2XC 


Programmable: GPIO line or I/O chip select. 


GPI016/ 
IRQ8 


76 


I/O 


H 


1XC 


Programmable: GPIO line or active high interrupt. 


GPI017/ 
IRQ5n 


75 


I/O 


H 


1XC 


Programmable: GPIO line or active low interrupt. 


GPI018/ 
IRQIOn 


74 


I/O 


H 


1XC 


Programmable: GPIO line or active low interrupt. 


GPIO[19]/RDY 
/SEROUT 


73 


I/O 


H 


1XC 


Programmable: GPIO line, Ready or Serial out (Autobaud). 


Miscellaneous 


SM[3:0]/ 
GPO[7:4] 


[103:106] 





- 


1XC 


Programmable: scan motor control pins or GPO pins. 


PM[3:0]/ 
GPO[3:0] 


[115:118] 





- 


1XC 


Programmable: print motor control pins or GPO pins. 


TONE 


119 





- 


1XC 


Tone output signal. 


Power, Reference Voltages, Ground 


-Vref 


66 


I 


-VR 


- 


Negative Reference Voltage for Video A/D. 


+Vref 


68 


I 


+VR 


- 


Positive Reference Voltage for Video A/D. 


ADGA 


69 




VADG 




A/D Analog Ground. 


ADVA 


70 




VADV 




A/D Analog Power. 


ADGD 


72 




VADG 




A/D Digital Ground. 


ADVD 


71 




VADV 




A/D Digital Power. 


VIN 


67 


I 


VA 


- 


Analog Video A/D input. 


THADI 


65 


I 


TA 


- 


Analog Thermal A/D input. 


VSS(12) 


134, 132, 108, 
95, 88, 64, 56, 
53,45,28,21,7 








Digital Ground. 


VDD (8) 


140, 123, 102, 
81, 48, 41, 32, 
14 








Digital Power. 


VDRAM 


114 








Battery power for DRAM refresh. 


VBAT 


63 








Battery Power, for RTC and SRAM. 


No Connection 


NC 


107 








No connection. 



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(2) Panel control block 

The following controls are performed by the XFCR-MVP. 

• Operation panel key scanning 

• Operation panel LCD display 

(3) Mechanism/recording control block 

The following controls are performed by XFCR-MVP. 

• Motor control 

• Thermal head control 

• Cutter motor control 

• Sensor detection 



THERMAL 
HEAD 



MOTOR 



SENSOR 





PRINTER 

DATA 
CONTROL 


STRB [3:0] 




XFCR-MVP 




STRBPOL 




THADI 






PDAT 


w 


^ 


PCLK 




PLAT 




SM [3:0] 






^~ 


PRINTER 

& 

SCANNER 

MOTOR 

DRIVER 


^ 


GPIO 


te 








GENERAL 

PURPOSE 

I/O 


► 







Fig. 4 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

(4) Modem (R96DFXL-CID) block 
INTRODUCTION 

The Rockwell R96DFXL-CID MONOFAX modem is a synchronous 
9600 bits per second (bps) half-duplex modem with error detection 
and DTMF reception. It has low power consumption and requires only 
a single +5V DC power supply. The modem is housed in a single 
VLSI device package. 

The modem can operate over the public switched telephone network 
(PSTN) through line terminations provided by a data access arrange- 
ment (DAA). 

The R96DFXL-CID is designed for use in Group 3 facsimile ma- 
chines. The modem satisfies the requirements specified in CCITT 
recommendations V.29, V.27 ter, V.21 Channel 2 and T.4, and meets 
the binary signaling requirements of T.30. 

The modem can operate at 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, or 300 bps, and 
also includes the V.27 ter short training sequence option. 
The modem can also perform HDLC framing according to T.30 at 
9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, or 300 bps. 

The modem features a programmable DTMF receiver and three pro- 
grammable tone detectors which operate concurrently with the V.21 
channel 2 receiver. 

The voice mode allows the host computer to efficiently transmit and 
receive audio signals and messages. 

The modem is available in either a 100-pin plastic quad flat pack 
(PQFP) or a 64-pin quad in-line package (QUIP). 
General purpose input/output (GPIO) pins are available for host as- 
signment in the 100-pin PQFP. 

The modem's small size, single voltage supply, and low power con- 
sumption allow the design of compact system enclosures for use in 
both office and home environments. 
MONOFAX is a registered trademark of Rockwell International. 



FEATURES 

• Group 3 facsimile transmission/reception 

— ITU-TS V.29, V.27 ter, T.30, V.21 Channel 2, T.4 

— HDLC Framing at all speeds 

• V.27 ter short train 

• Concurrent DTMF, FSK, and tone reception 

• Voice mode transmission/reception 

• Half-duplex (2-wire) 

• Programmable maximum transmit level: 

OdBm to-15dBm 

• Programmable transmit analog attenuation: 

OdBto 14dBin2dBsteps 

• Receive dynamic range: dBm to -43 dBm 

• Programmable dual tone generation 

• Programmable tone detection 

• Programmable turn-on and turn-off thresholds 

• Programmable interface memory interrupt 

• Diagnostic capability 

— Allows telephone line quality monitoring 

• Equalization 

— Automatic adaptive equalizer 

— Fixed digital compromise equalizer 

• DTE interface: two alternate ports 

— Selectable microprocessor bus (6500 or 8085) 

— CCITT V.24 (EIA-232-D compatible) interface 

• TTL and CMOS compatible 

• Low power consumption: 275 mW (typical) 

• Single Package 

— 100-pin PQFP 

— 64-pin QUIP 

• Single +5VDC power supply 

• Software compatible with R96MFX, R96EFX, R96SHF, and 
R96VFX modems 



5-6 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



R96DFXL-CID (IC11) Hardware Interface Signals 
Pin Signals - 100-Pin PQFP 



Pin No. 


Signal Name 


I/O Type 


1 


GP03 


IA/OB 


2 


GP04 


I A/OB 


3 


GP05 


IA/OB 


4 


GP06 


IA/OB 


5 


GP07 


IA/OB 


6 


0VD2 


GND 


7 


0VD2 


GND 


8 


D7 


IA/OB 


9 


D6 


IA/OB 


10 


D5 


IA/OB 


11 


D4 


IA/OB 


12 


D3 


IA/OB 


13 


D2 


IA/OB 


14 


D1 


IA/OB 


15 


DO 


IA/OB 


16 


0VD2 


GND 


17 


OVA 


GND 


18 


RAMPIN 


R 


19 


NC 




20 


NC 




21 


OVA 


GND 


22 


+5VD2 


PWR 


23 


0VD1 


GND 


24 


SWGAINI 


R 


25 


ECLKIN1 


R 


26 


SYNCIN1 


R 


27 


NC 




28 


NC 




29 


NC 




30 


OVA 


GND 


31 


NC 




32 


NC 




33 


NC 




34 


DAIN 


R 


35 


ADOUT 


R 


36 


BYPASS 


IC 


37 


RCVI 


R 


38 


TXLOSS3 


IC 


39 


TXLOSS2 


IC 


40 


TXLOSS1 


IC 


41 


NC 




42 


NC 




43 


OVA 


GND 


44 


TXOUT 


AA 


45 


RXIN 


AB 


46 


+5VA 


PWR 


47 


OVA 


GND 


48 


AGD 


R 


49 


AOUT 


R 


50 


0VD1 


GND 


51 


NC 




52 
53 


IRQ 


OC 
IA 


WRITE-R/W 


54 
55 


CS 


IA 
IA 


READ-<|>2 


56 


RS4 


IA 


57 


RS3 


IA 


58 


RS2 


IA 


59 


RS1 


IA 



Pin No. 


Signal Name 


I/O Type 


60 


RS0 


IA 


61 


GP13 


IA/OB 


62 


NC 




63 


GP11 


IA/OB 


64 
65 


RTS 


IA 
R 


EN85 


66 
67 


0VD2 


GND 
ID 


PORI 


68 


XTLI 


R 


69 


XTLO 


R 


70 


XCLK 


OD 


71 


YCLK 


OD 


72 


+5VD1 


PWR 


73 


DCLK1 


R 


74 


SYNCIN2 


R 


75 


GP16 


IA/OB 


76 


GP17 


IA/OB 


77 


0VD2 


GND 


78 


CTS 


OA 


79 


TXD 


IA 


80 


0VD2 


GND 


81 


0VD2 


GND 


82 


DCLK 


OA 


83 


EYESYNC 


OA 


84 


EYECLKX 


OA 


85 


EYECLK 


OA 


86 


EYEX 


OA 


87 


ADIN 


R 


88 


DAOUT 


R 


89 


0VD2 


GND 


90 


EYEY 


OA 


91 


GP21 


IA/OB 


92 


0VD2 


GND 


93 


GP20 


IA/OB 


94 


GP19 


IA/OB 


95 
96 


RXD 


OA 
OA 


RLSD 


97 


0VD2 


GND 


98 


RCVO 


R 


99 


SWGAINO 


R 


100 


GP02 


IA/OB 


Notes: 


1 . NC = No connection; leave pin disconnected (open). 


2. I/O Type: = Digital signals: see Table 9; 


Analog signals: see Table 10. 


3. R = Required modem inter-connection; no connection 


to host equipment. 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 

(5) Image signal process block 









AMPLIFIER 
CIRCUIT 


*~ 


CLAMP 
CIRCUIT 




XFCR-MVP 


CCD 


VIDEO 
SIGNAL 




i 


, 






CLOCK 



























Fig. 5 
The CCD is driven by the 1 -chip engine (XFCR-MVP), and the output 
video signal from the CCD is input into the XFCR-MVP through the 
amplifying circuit and clamp circuit. 

The ADC and buffer are provided in the XFCR-MVP, and the digital 
image processing is performed. 

(6) Speaker amplifier 

The speaker amplifier monitors the line under the on-hook mode, 
outputs the buzzer sound generated from the XFCR-MVP, ringer 
sound, DTMF generated from the modem, and line sound. 

(7) Adjustment of voice/ringer volume 

The voice/ringer volume can be adjusted by using the panel bottons 
"UP" and "DOWN". 

• The ringer volume can be adjusted in the Stand-by mode by press- 
ing the UP/DOWN button. 

• The reception level can be adjusted by pressing the UP/DOWN 
button when the handset is located in the off-hook state. 

• The speaker volume can be adjusted by using the speaker key. 



5-8 



[3] Circuit description of TEL/LIU PWB 

(1) TEL/LIU block operational description 
1) Block diagram 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



TELAIU PWB - 



- CONTROL PWB 




Fig. 6 



2) Circuit description 

The TEL/LIU PWB is composed of the following 10 blocks. 

1 . Surge protection circuit 

2. On-hook status detection circuit 

3. Dial pulse generation circuit 

4. CML relay 

5. Matching transformer 

6. Hybrid circuit 

7. Signal selection 

8. Sensor circuit 

9. CI detection circuit 

1 0. Power supply and bias circuit 



3) Block description 

1 . Surge Protection circuit 

This circuit protects the circuit from the surge voltage occurring on 
the telephone line. 

• The AR1 protects the circuit from the 390V or higher line surge 
voltages. 

• The VA1 and VA2 protect the circuit from the 470V or higher 
vertical surge voltages. 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 

2. On-hook status detection circuit 

The on-hook status detection circuit detects the Status of the hook 
switch (RHS) of Built-in telephone, and the status of the hook of a 
telephone externally connected. 

• The status of on-hook switch (RHS) is determined from the 
logical level of RHS signal. 

RHS LOW: ON-HOOK 

RHS HIGH: OFF-HOOK 

• External telephone hook status detection circuit (HS1 ) 

This circuit comprises the photo-coupler PC1, resistors R3 and 
R4, Zener diodes ZD1 and ZD2. 

When an external telephone is connected and enters the on-hook 
mode, the LED of photo-coupler PC1 emits light and the light 
receiving element turns on. The status signal HS1 is input to the 
pin 84 of (XFCR-MVP) (IC4: control PWB). 

HST LOW: EXT. TEL OFF-HOOK 

HST HIGH: EXT. TEL ON-HOOK 

3. Dial pulse generation circuit 

The pulse dial generation circuit comprises the CML relay. 

4. CML relay 

The CML relay switches over connection to the matching trans- 
former T1 while the FAX or built-in telephone is being used. 

5. Matching transformer 

The matching transformer performs electrical insulation from the 
telephone line and impedance matching for transmitting the 
TEL/FAX signal. 

6. Hybrid circuit 

The hybrid circuit performs 2-wire-to-4-wire conversion using the 
IC2 of operational amplifier, transmits the voice transmission sig- 
nal to the line, and feeds back the voice signal to the voice recep- 
tion circuit as the side tone. 



7. Signal selection 

The following signals are used to control the transmission line of 
TEL/FAX signal. For details, refer to the signal selector matrix 
table. 

Control signals from output port] 



Signal Name 



CML 



SPMUTE 



TEL MUTE 



RCVOL 



(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 



VOL A 
VOLB 
VOLC 



(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 



TXCONT 

(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 



GAIN-C 
(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 

MPXA 
(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 

BZCONT 

(The circuit is located 
in the control PWB.) 



Description 



Line connecting relay and DP generating 
relay 



H: Line make 
L: Line break 



Speaker tone mute control signal 

H: Muting (Power down mode) 

L: Muting cancel (Normal operation) 



Handset reception mute control signal 

H: Muting 

L: Muting cancel 



Handset receiver volume control signal 





Volume 


High 


Middle 


DTMF sending 


RCVOL 


H 


L 


L 











SIDE KICK is two-stage switching. 

Note: The DTMF sending listed above is DTMF signal 
sending in the handset OFF-HOOK mode. 



Speaker volume control signal, 

VRSEL1 VRSEL2 matrix 





VOL A 


VOLB 


VOLC 


RING./ 
Receiving 


Buzzer 


DTMF 




L 


L 


L 


High 


— 


High 




H 


L 


L 


Middle 


Fixed 


Middle 




L 


L 


H 


Low 


— 


Low 



TXOUT mute signal 
H: Signal sending, when transmitting 
L: During reception, transmission mute, 
(during standby) 



Reception gain switching signal 

L: When connected to line, 1 : 1 gain 

H: When not connected to line, HIGH gain 

Transmission/transfer switching signal 
H: When transmitting modem signal 

(during standby) 
L: When transferring 

Speaker output signal switching 

H: Buzzer signal output 

L: When monitoring line signal 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



Signals for status recognition according to input signals] 


Signal Name 


Function 


RHS 


H: The handset is in the on-hook state. 
L: The handset is in the off-hook state. 


CI 


Incoming call (CI) detection signal 


HS 


H: The handset or external telephone is in 

the on-hook state. 
L: The handset or external telephone is in the 

off-hook state. 


P.E 


L: No recording paper. 
H: Recording paper exists. 


DRSNS 


H: Door open. 
L: Door close. 


Other signals] 


Signal Name 


Function 


TEL IN 


Receiving signal from line or modem 


TEL OUT 


Transfer signal to line 


TXOUT 


Transmission (DTMF) analog signal output 
from modem 


RXIN 


Reception (DTMF, others) analog signal 
input into modem 



NO 


Signal Name (CNLIU) 


NO 


Signal Name (CNLIU) 


1 


+24VA 


8 


RHS 


2 


DG 


9 


TXOUT 


3 


PE 


10 


RXIN 


4 


+5V 


11 


TELMUTE 


5 


CML 


12 


DRSNS 


6 


CI 


13 


TELOUT 


7 


HS 


14 


TELIN 



8. Sensor circuit 

For the recording paper sensor (P.E), when there is recording 
paper, the photo transistor in the light receiving side is ON and the 
detection level is LOW. When there is no recording paper, the 
photo transistor in the light receiving side is OFF and the detection 
level is HIGH. 

9. CI detection circuit 

The CI detection circuit detects the CI signals of 15.3 Hz to 68 Hz. 
A CI signal, which is provided to the photo-coupler PC1 through 
the C1 (0.82 uF), R3 (22 K), and ZD3 when the ring signal is 
inputted from the telephone line. 

10. Power supply and bias circuits 

The voltages of +5V and +24VA are supplied from the control 
PWB unit. 



(Example: Fax signal send) 



TEL/LIU PWB ■ 



- CONTROL PWB 




Fig. 7 



5-11 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

[4] Circuit description of power supply PWB 
1. Block diagram 



F1 
4.0A125V 



AC IN o- 
120V 
50/60H2 O- 



-cT\jo- 



FILTER/ 
RECTITYING 
SMOOTHING 

CIRCUIT 



TRANSFORMER 



SWITCHING 
CIRCUIT 



T*r 



+5V 

CIRCUIT 



-O GND 



CONTROL 
CIRCUIT 



<S> J 



+24V 
CIRCUIT 



PHOTO 
COUPLER 



Fig. 8 



The power unit intakes input of AC 120V, 50/60 Hz and supplies 
output of +24V, +7.4V and +5V as shown in the block diagram. (See 
Fig. 8.) 

2-1. Filter, rectifying and smoothening circuit 

In the filter section, the noise generated from the power unit is elimi- 
nated from being discharged to the external, and external noise is 
prevented from entering. Thunder or other excessive surge is pre- 
vented by the varistor Z1 . 

In the rectifying and smoothening section, AC input is rectified by the 
diodes D10, 11, 12 and 13, and is smoothened by the capacitor C5. 
Thus, DC voltage is supplied to the switching section. Moreover, the 
thermistor NTC1 prevents surge current when the power is turned on. 

2-2. Switching section 

The circuit uses the ringing choke converter of a self-excited type. 
Since MOS. 

FETQ1 is repeatedly turned on and off in this system, the DC voltage 
supplied from the rectifying and smoothening section is converted 
into the high frequency pulses. While Q1 is on, energy is accumu- 
lated in the primary winding of the transformer T1 , and while Q1 is off, 
energy is discharged to the secondary side. Thus, the power is sup- 
plied. 



Moreover, the frequency is varied depending on the load of the out- 
put. As the load becomes the heavier, the frequency becomes the 
smaller to extend the ON period. 

The constant voltage is controlled by applying the feedback to the 
control circuit through the photo coupler PC1 from +24V output. The 
overcurrent-protective circuit detects that the ON period becomes the 
wider as the output load becomes the heavier. For the control, the 
OFF period is extended by the control circuit to squeeze the energy 
which is accumulated in the primary winding of the transformer T1 . 
For protection against overvoltage, the rise of the output voltage of 
+24V on the secondary side is brought into the overcurrent state 
through the continuity of the power zener diode D104 between +24V 
output and GND. Thus, the overcurrent-protective circuit of the con- 
trol circuit is activated for the protection. 

2-3. +24V circuit 

Output is supplied by rectifying and smoothening the output of the 
transformer T1 with the diode D101 and capacitor C101. 

2-4. +5V circuit 

+5 V output is generated by rectifying and smoothening the output of 
the transformer T1 with the diode D102 and capacitor C102 and 
stabilizing it with the 3-terminal regulator IC1 03. 



[5] Circuit description of CCD PWB 

The CCD board picks up optical information from the document, con- 
verts it into an electrical (analog) signal and transfers it to the control 
board. 



(1) Block diagram 



*i 

4 2 
4 R 
+5V 

GND 









CCD 
TCD1208AP 




















OUTPUT CIRCUIT 
(emitter follower) 


^OS 







Fig. 9 



(2) Description of blocks 

1.CCD 

The TCD1208GL is a highly sensitive charged coupled image sensor 
that consists of 2160 picture elements. 

Receiving four drive signal (§T, i)2, <(i1 , §R) from the control board, the 
tranferred photoelectric analog signal OS is impedance converted, 
and the signal VO, is supplied to the control board. 

2. Waveforms 

1. <t)1 , <t)2 (=01) signals within the control board. 

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2. OS0 



Approx. 100mV 



5-12 



Fig. 10 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



CHAPTER 6. CIRCUIT SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LAYOUT 




6-1 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 




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UX-500C/FO-1460U 

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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



CHAPTER 7. OPERATION FLOWCHART 



[1] Protocol 



Receive side 

G3 communication 



Cut line printed 



Transmitter side 
(Document inserted into 

document sensor during 

standby) 




Recording papor ejected 



Document inserted to 
the reading position 



Next page insert 
command 



Document ejected 



7-1 



[2] Power on sequence 



C 



START 



CPU initialized 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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"MEMORY CLEARED" display 



Memory clear 



( STAND-BY ) ( PROCESS CHECK MQpT) 



7-2 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

CHAPTER 8. OTHERS 

[1] Service tools 

LList 



NO. 


PARTS CODE 


DESCRIPTION 


Q'TY 


PRICE 
RANK 


1 


CPWBS2893SC0 1 


Extension board unit 


1 


BZ 


2 


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Optical adjustment jig 


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10 


QCNCM2442SC0B 


CONNECTOR [CNCS1 , CNCS2] 


2 


AB 


11 


QCNCM70 14SC0B 


CONNECTOR [CNLED1, CNLED2] 


2 


AD 


12 


QCNCM70 14SC0E 


CONNECTOR [CNSES] 


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13 


QCNCM7014SC0F 


CONNECTOR [CNMT1 , CNMT2] 


2 


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14 


QCNCM7014SC0G 


CONNECTOR [CNCCD1 , CNCCD2] 


2 


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15 


QCNCM7014SC1E 


CONNECTOR [CNPN1, CNPN2] 


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16 


QCNCM7014SC1F 


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21 


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8-1 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



2. Description 

2-1. Extension board unit 

1 . Remove the TEL/LIU PWB, control PWB and Power Supply PWB 
from this unit, and mount the extension board unit instead. 

• Before connecting the wiring to the extension board unit, set the 
test PWB switches to the fixed position. 

2. The setting is as follows. 




Cable 



A set with a mounted 
extension board unit 



Connector 


Cable 


CNPN2 


QCNW-4723SCZZ 


CNTH2 


QCNW-4724SCZZ 


CNCCD2 


QCNW-4725SCZZ 


CNMT2 


QCNW-4726SCZZ 


CNLED2 


QCNW-4727SCZZ 


CNSP2 


QCNW-4728SCZZ 


CNCS3 


QCNW-4729SCZZ 


CNSNS 


QCNW-4730SCZZ 




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TP2 ^ 

TP3 



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SUPPLY 
PWB 



CHECK 

TEL/LIU 
PWB 



CHECK 

CONTROL 

PWB 



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CNSNS 


Connected to (PWB) 


1. Brown 


RHS 


TP2 (TEL/LIU) 


2. Red 


DRSNS 


TP3 (TEL/LIU) 


3. Orange 


P.E 


TP1 (TEL/LIU) 


4. Yellow 


RBN 


JP2 (CONTROL) 


5. Green 


PIN 


JP1 (CONTROL) 



The recording paper sensor (P. E) and the hook switch are operated 
by OR of the mechanical unit switch and the test PWB switch. When 
performing installation in the machine unit, set the test PWB switches 
to the fixed position. 





Mechanical unit 


PWB to be tested 


——-___ 


Actual operation with mechanical unit 


Recording paper 
sensor 


ON/OFF operation 


OFF (Photo interrupter 
is interrupted.) 


Hook SW 


ON/OFF operation 


ON-HOOK 





PWB sensor check 


Recording paper 
sensor 


OFF 


ON/OFF operation 


Hook SW 


ON-HOOK 


ON/OFF operation 



Recording paper: ON 
No recording paper: OFF 



8-2 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

2-2. Scan optical system adjustment 

(1) Outline 

The adjustment procedures of the scan optical system are described 
below: 

(2) Adjustment procedures 

© Switch off the machine and disconnect the AC power cable from 
the wall socket. 

(2) Fully open the upper cabinet, remove the fixing screws of the 
recording paper tray and remove the recording paper tray. In 
order to perform a focus adjustment, remove the optical system 
unit from the frame. 

(3) Disconnect the main PWB from the TEL/LIU PWB. 

® Connect your oscilloscope channel 1 to the VIN signal and chan- 
nel 2 of your oscilloscope to <|>T signal (Refer Pin 4 of connector 
CNCCD on the main pwb). Connect the earth clips of either probe 
to AG ground as shown. Set the trigger to channel 2. 



Lightly loosen the red screws of the CCD PWB and obtain the VID 
signal waveform in synchronization with <j)T signal waveform. Ad- 
just the CCD PWB positioning to obtain the waveform as shown 
below. 



Scan adjustment jig 



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Optical system 
unit 




VO CNCCD-3 (CCD source output) 
oT CNCCD-6 (Line sync signal) 
VG CNCCD-5 (Ground) 

Re-connect the main PWB to the TEL/LIU PWB and connect 
these circuit boards to the connectors on the chassis. 

Re-assemble up to and including the recording paper tray to the 
main chassis and close upper cabinet. 

Plug the AC power cable into the wall outlet and turn the fax 
machine on. 

Insert a test chart in the document hopper and execute the CCD 
Adjust Mode diagnostic. Press the START key to enable local 
copy until approximately one fifth of the page has been copied, 
then press the STOP key to enable the CPU wait state. 

Fully open the upper cabinet and remove the recording paper tray. 

Install the scan adjustment jig to the optical system unit, so that 
the pattern surface is on the lower side. 

Fit the pins of the scan adjustment jig to the holes of the optical 
system frame. 




R0 T I 1 ,89msec 




*2:White level 

: Increase the difference 
by focus adjustment. 
*2: Adjust as shown by 
CCD PWB adjustment. 



[CCD waveform model] 



CCD waveform 



After completing the CCD adjustment, tighten the two red screws 
on the CCD pwb and apply screw locking material to prevent the 
CCD pwb from moving. 

Assemble the recording paper tray and fixing screws. 



I-3 



[2] IC signal name 

CONTROL PWB UNIT 
IC100:VHiPST596CMT1 (PST596CNR) 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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8-4 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

IC10: VHiNJM2902M-1 (NJM2902M) 



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Ground 


PGM 


Program 


DQ1-DQ8 


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8-5 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



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77] 0VD2 

76] GP17 

75] GP16 

74] SYNCIN2(G2XCLK) 

73] DCLKI(IRQ2n) 

72] +5VD1 

7l] YCLK 

70] XCLK 

69] XTLO 

68] XTLI 

67] PORin 

66] 0VD2 

65] EN85n 

64] RTSn 

63] GP11 

62] SEE NOTE 1 

6l] GP13 

60] RSO 

59] RS1 

58] RS2 

57] RS3 

56] RS4 

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8-6 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 

IC7: RH-IX2129SCZZ (1X2129) 



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PIN DESCRIPTION 



ADDRESS INPUT 
A0-A9 (LOW/REFRESH A0--A3 

COLUMN A0-A3) 

I/O0-1/O7 DATA I/O 

T = T = H ■■ ■ ■ .. ■■. . ■■.■: . 



PIN 


PIN NAME 


CSS 


COLUMN ADDRESS STROBE 


WE 


READ/WRITE INPUT 


OE 


OUTPUT ENABLE 


VCC 


POWER (+5V) 


VSS 


CONNECTION 



BLOCK DIAGRAM 



CONTROL CIRCUIT 



CONTROL CIRCUIT 



103 102 



1 



07 106 105 104 



1/03 BUFFER 1/02 BUFFER 1/01 BUFFER l/OO BUFFER I/07 BUFFER I/06 BUFFER I/05 BUFFER I/04 BUFFER 



cfifi" 



iB 



F > .-, ■-■ -- - .-, '■' ,--, -' ^ 2 p: 

■ ■ :■■■'■■: 

* 3 * * D * 

S g S K g S 



ROW DETECTOR & PERIPHERAL CIRCUIT 



ROW ADDRESS BUFFER 



L 



ADDRESS A0--A9 



COLUMN ADDRESS BUFFER 



TEL/LIU PWB UNIT 

IC1:VHiNJM2904D-1 (NJM2904D) 



A OUTPUT 1 




B+INPUT 5 



B OUTPUT 7 





14 D OUTPUT 



10 C+INPUT 



8 C OUTPUT 



8-7 



SHARP PARTS GUIDE 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



UX-510 
UX-500 
model FO-1460 



T] Cabinet, etc. 



2j Upper cabinet 



3} Document guide upper 



4] Optical unit 



[5] Drive unit 



6 Head unit 



CONTENTS 



[7] Packing material & Accessories 



8 Control PWB unit 



9 TEL-Liu PWB unit 



To] Power supply PWB unit 



TTI CCD PWB unit 



50| Hardware parts 



Index 



Because parts marked with "A" is indispensable for the machine safety maintenance and operation, it must be 
replaced with the parts specific to the product specification. 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



V\ Cabinet, etc. 




CCD UNIT 



13 ^ 84 

(BLACK) 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 





1 


Cabinet, etc. 












NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 




1 


CPNLH2380AX01 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [51 OU/51 OCl 




CPNLH2380AX02 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [500U/500C1 




CPNLH2380AX06 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [1 460U1 




2 


QCNW-4690AXZZ 


AN 


N 


C 


Panel cable 




3 


CCNW-4695AX01 


AL 


N 


C 


Speaker ass'v 




4 


DCEKC382JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [51 0U/500U1 




DCEKC582JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [51 0C/500C1 




DCEKC583JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [1 460U1 




5 


DCEKL349BAX01 


BD 


N 


E 


TEL-Liu PWB unit 




6 


CGERH2363AX01 


AK 


N 


C 


Feed qear ass'y 




7 


LBSHP2088AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Transfer bearinq 




8 


MLEVP2253AXSA 


AD 


N 


C 


Hook switch lever 




9 


NGERH2275XHZZ 


AC 




C 


Transfer qear 2 




10 


NROLR2333XHZZ 


AP 




C 


Feed roller 




11 


NROLR2377AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Transfer roller 




12 


PGIDM2481AXSA 


AT 


N 


C 


Document quide lower [510U/510C1 




PGIDM2481AXSB 


AT 


N 


C 


Document quide lower [500U/500C1 




PGIDM2481AXSC 


AT 


N 


C 


Document quide lower [1460U1 




13 


LBNDJ2006SCZZ 


AA 




C 


Band(GT-100M) 


A; 


14 


RCORF2064XHZZ 


AF 




B 


Core(TRA31) 




15 


GCABB2290AXSA 


AZ 


N 


D 


Lower cabinet [510U/510C1 




GCABB2290AXSB 


AZ 


N 


D 


Lower cabinet [500U/500C1 




GCABB2290AXSC 


AZ 


N 


D 


Lower cabinet [1460U1 




16 


LPLTM2885AXFW 


AQ 


N 


C 


Shield plate 




17 


MSPRC2931AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Pinch roller sprinq 2 




18 


CROLP2334AX01 


AN 


N 


C 


Pinch roller 2 




19 


NSFTZ2258AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Pinch roller shaft 




20 


QACCZ2012XHZZ 


AT 




B 


AC cord ass'v 


A 


21 


RDENT2112AXZZ 


BK 


N 


E 


Power supply PWB unit 




22 


GCOVA2376AXSA 


AQ 


N 


D 


Top cover [510U/510C1 




GCOVA2376AXSB 


AQ 


N 


D 


Top cover [500U/500C1 




GCOVA2376AXSC 


AQ 


N 


D 


Top cover [1460U1 




23 


MSPRC2832AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Hopper sprinq 




24 


NGERP2318XHZZ 


AD 




C 


Pinion qear 




25 


PGIDM2483AXSA 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, left [510U/510C1 




PGIDM2483AXSB 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, left [500U/500C1 




PGIDM2483AXSC 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, left [1460U1 




26 


PGIDM2484AXSA 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, riqht [51 OU/51 OCl 




PGIDM2484AXSB 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, riqht [500U/500C1 




PGIDM2484AXSC 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper quide, riqht [1460U1 




27 


TLABH4161AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Imaqinq film set label 




28 LFRM-2180AXZZ 


AU 


N 


C 


Mainframe 




29 


LPLTM2791AXFW 


AD 




C 


Hold down plate B 




30 


LPLTP2884AXZZ 


AP 


N 


C 


Separate plate 




31 


LSTPP2044XHZZ 


AF 




C 


Back tention stopper 




32 


MLEVP2249AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


P-IN sensor lever 




33 


MLEVP2252AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Film sensor lever 




34 MLEVP2258AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Cover switch lever 




35 


MSPRC2996AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Slip sprinq 




36 


MSPRC2995AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Separate plate sprinq 




37 


MSPRC2927AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Pop up sprinq 




38 


MSPRD2929AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Sensor lever sprinq 




39 


NGERH2310XHZZ 


AE 




C 


Back tension qear 




40 


NSFTM2280AXZZ 


AK 


N 


C 


Film quide shaft B 




41 


PFLT-2009AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Back tension felt 




42 


PSHEZ3344AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Separate sheet 




43 


PSHEZ3293AXZZ 


AH 


N 


C 


Separate plate sheet 


A 


44 


RCORF2063XHZZ 


AF 




B 


Core(TRA20) 




45 


CROLR2362AX01 


AN 


N 


C 


PU roller ass'y 




46 


CROLR2363AX01 


AN 


N 


C 


PO roller ass'y 




47 MLEVP2250AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


PE sensor lever A 




48 MLEVP2251AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


PE sensor lever B 




49 MSPRD2930AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


PE sensor sprinq 




50 


NGERH2359AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


PO qear 




51 


NSFTM2268AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


PU roller shaft 




52 


PGIDM2479AXZZ 


AN 


N 


C 


U turn quide 




53 LBSHP2086AXZZ 


AC 


N 


c 


Platen bearinq 




54 


NGERH2309XHZZ 


AC 




c 


Platen qear 




55 


NGERH2358AXZZ 


AC 


N 


c 


PU qear 




56 


NGERH2360AXZZ 


AE 


N 


c 


Reduction qear B 




57 


NGERH2361AXZZ 


AE 


N 


c 


Reduction qear A 




58 


NROLR2364AXZZ 


AW 


N 


c 


Platen roller 




59 


CGERH2314AX51 


AP 


N 


c 


Slip qear ass'y 




60 


MSPRD2823AXFJ 


AC 


N 


c 


PO pinch roller sprinq 




61 


NGERH2279XHZZ 


AC 




c 


Idler qear A 




62 


NGERH2367AXZZ 


AD 


N 


c 


Take-up qear 




63 


NROLP2332XHZZ 


AD 




c 


PO pinch roller 




64 I NSFTM2279AXZZ 


AK 


N 


c 


Film shaft C 




65 


PGIDM2485AXZZ 


AL 


N 


c 


PO quide 




66 


LPLTM2887AXFW 


AQ 


N 


c 


Paper up plate 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



1 


Cabinet, etc. 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


67 


LPLTP2888AXSA 


AP 


N 


C 


RP release plate [510U/510C1 


LPLTP2888AXSB 


AP 


N 


C 


RP release plate [500U/500C1 


LPLTP2888AXSC 


AP 


N 


C 


RP release plate [1460U1 


68 


MSPRC2926AXFJ 


AD 


N 


C 


Cassette sprinq 


69 


MSPRT2932AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


RP release sprinq 


70 


NGERH2365AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


RP release qear, left 


71 


NGERH2366AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


RP release qear, riqht 


72 


PGIDM2480AXSA 


AG 


N 


C 


Paper quide 


73 


PHOP-2095AXSA 


AN 


N 


C 


RP hopper [510U/510C1 


PHOP-2095AXSB 


AN 


N 


C 


RP hopper [500U/500C1 


PHOP-2095AXSC 


AN 


N 


C 


RP hopper [1460U1 


74 


PSEL-2015SCZZ 


AB 


N 


C 


RPpad 


75 


GCABC2291AXSA 


AL 


N 


D 


Rear cabinet [510U/510C1 


GCABC2291AXSB 


AL 


N 


D 


Rear cabinet [500U/500C1 


GCABC2291AXSC 


AL 


N 


D 


Rear cabinet [1460U1 


76 


GCOVA2375AXZZ 


AN 


N 


C 


ROM cover 


77 


GCOVA2378AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Memory cover 


78 


PCOVA2114AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Side cover 


79 


GLEGG2063AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Rubber leq 


80 


PSHEZ3334AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Jack sheet 


81 


PSHEZ3332AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Hopper sheet 


82 


LHLDW2341RCZZ 


AB 


N 


C 


Clamp 


83 


PGUMM2149AXZZ 


AK 


N 


C 


PO roller rubber 


84 


LBNDJ2008SCZZ 


AA 




C 


Band(Black) 


85 


LHLDW1165AFZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Clamp 


86 


PSHEZ3341AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Guide sheet, left 


87 


PSHEZ3342AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Guide sheet, riqht 































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 




T] Upper cabinet 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


DCEKP351BAX01 


BG 


N 


E 


Operation panel PWB unit 


2 


GCABA2289AXSA 


AR 


N 


D 


Upper cabinet [510U/510C1 


GCABA2289AXSB 


AR 


N 


D 


Upper cabinet [500U/500C1 


GCABA2289AXSC 


AR 


N 


D 


Upper cabinet [1460U1 


3 


JBTN-2202AXSA 


AG 


N 


C 


12 key [510U/510C1 


JBTN-2202AXSB 


AG 


N 


C 


1 2 key [500U/500C1 


JBTN-2202AXSC 


AG 


N 


c 


12 key [1460U1 


4 


JBTN-2203AXSA 


AF 


N 


c 


Direct key [510U/510C1 


JBTN-2203AXSB 


AF 


N 


c 


Direct key [500U/500C1 


JBTN-2203AXSC 


AF 


N 


c 


Direct key [1460U1 


5 


JBTN-2204AXSA 


AD 


N 


c 


Start key [510U/510C1 


JBTN-2204AXSB 


AD 


N 


c 


Start key [500U/1460U/500C1 


6 


JBTN-2205AXSA 


AD 


N 


c 


Stop key [510U/510C1 


JBTN-2205AXSB 


AD 


N 


c 


Stop key [500U/1460U/500C1 


7 


JBTN-2206AXSA 


AD 


N 


c 


Mode key 


8 


PSHEZ3291AXZZ 


AD 


N 


c 


Insulation sheet 


11 


QCNW-4690AXZZ 


AN 


N 


c 


Panel cable 


12 


HPNLH2380AXSA 


AL 


N 


c 


Decoration panel [510U/510C1 


HPNLH2380AXSB 


AL 


N 


c 


Decoration panel [500U/500C1 


HPNLH2380AXSC 


AL 


N 


c 


Decoration panel [1460U1 




(Unit) 










901 


CPNLH2380AX01 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [510U/510C1 


CPNLH2380AX02 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [500U/500C1 


CPNLH2380AX06 


BM 


N 


E 


Operation panel unit [1 460U1 































































































































































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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



:T] Document guide upper 




3 


Document guide upper 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


LPLTG2707XHZZ 


AE 




C 


Separation rubber 


2 


LPLTP2790XHZZ 


AD 




C 


Separate plate 


3 


MLEVP2257AXZZ 


AG 


N 


C 


Panel lock lever 


4 


MSPRC2924AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Pinch roller sprinq 


5 


MSPRP2812SCZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Paper feed sprinq 


6 


MSPRT2923AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Panel lock lever sprinq 


7 


MSPRT2957AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Separate sprinq 


8 


NBRGP2141AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Transfer bearinq 


9 


NGERH2275XHZZ 


AC 




c 


Transfer qear 2 


10 


NGERH2317XHZZ 


AC 




C 


Idler qear, 28Z 


11 


NGERH2356XHZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Idler qear, 20Z 


12 


NROLP2334AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Pinch roller 


13 


NROLR2365AXZZ 


AV 


N 


C 


Transfer roller 


14 


NSFTZ2257AXZZ 


AE 


N 


c 


Pinch roller shaft 


15 


PGIDM2482AXZZ 


AP 


N 


C 


Document quide upper 


16 


PSHEZ3290AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Rear sheet 































































































































































































































































UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



m Optical unit 




IH Optical unit 








^%> 8 


NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


DCEKD475AAX05 


BE 


N 


E 


CCDPWBunit 


2 


LFRM-2164AXZA 


AV 


N 


C 


Optical frame 


3 


MSPRP2817SCZZ 


AC 


N 


c 


Lensholdinqsprinq 


4 


PFLT-2006XHZZ 


AA 




C 


Felt 


5 


PGLSP2058XHZZ 


AE 




C 


Reader qlass 


6 


PLNS-2049XHZZ 


AZ 




C 


Lens 


7 


PMIR-2070XHZZ 


AG 




c 


Mirror 1 


8 


PMIR-2071XHZZ 


AH 




C 


Mirror 2 


9 


PMIR-2072XHZZ 


AH 




C 


Mirror 3 


10 


PSHEZ3196AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Shadinq sheet 


11 


PSHEZ3250AXZZ 


AB 


N 


C 


Mirror sheet 2 


12 


PSHEZ3258AXZZ 


AD 


N 


c 


Shadinq sheet 3 


13 


QCNW-4693AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


LED cable 


14 


VHPSNK15A24-1 


AZ 




B 


LED 




(Unit) 










901 


DCYOD475AAX02 


BN 


N 


E 


Optical unit 























































































































































































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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



5l Drive unit 




5 


Drive unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


CLEVP2254AX01 


AE 


N 


C 


Planet lever A ass'y 


2 


CLEVP2255AX01 


AE 


N 


C 


Planet lever B ass'y 


3 


CLEVP2256AX01 


AE 


N 


C 


Planet lever C ass'y 


4 


LFRM-2181AXZZ 


AV 


N 


C 


Drive unit frame 


5 


LPLTM2886AXFW 


AQ 


N 


C 


Motor heat sink 


6 


MCAMP2023AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Cam A 


7 


MSPRD2962AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Cam hold sprinq 


8 


NGERH2279XHZZ 


AC 




C 


Idler qear A 


9 


NGERH2281XHZZ 


AD 




C 


Idler qearC 


10 


NGERH2361AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Reduction qear A 


11 


NGERH2362AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Reduction qear C 


12 


QCNW-4694AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Cam switch cable 


13 


QSW-F2224SCZZ 


AE 




B 


Cam switch 


14 


RMOTZ2131AXZZ 


BB 


N 


B 


Motor 



































































































































































































UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



6 Head unit 




6 


Head unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


JKNBP2074AXSA 


AD 


N 


C 


Release knob [510U/510C1 


JKNBP2074AXSB 


AD 


N 


C 


Release knob [500U/500C1 


JKNBP2074AXSC 


AD 


N 


C 


Release knob [1460U1 


2 


LBNDJ2006SCZZ 


AA 




c 


Band(GT-100M) 


3 


LFRM-2179AXZZ 


AN 


N 


c 


Head frame 


4 


MLEVP2248AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


Lock lever 


5 


MSPRC2994AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Head sprinq G 


6 


MSPRC2920AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Locksprinq 


7 


MSPRC2928AXFJ 


AC 


N 


c 


Pop up sprinq 


8 


NSFTM2278AXZZ 


AH 


N 


C 


Film quide shaft 


9 


PGIDM2478AXZL 


AD 


N 


C 


Head quide, left 


10 


PGIDM2478AXZR 


AD 


N 


C 


Head quide, riqht 


11 


PSHEZ3292AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Head quide sheet 


12 


QCNW-4691AXZZ 


AQ 


N 


C 


Head cable 


13 


QCNW-4702AXZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Head earth cable 


14 


RHEDZ2052AXZZ 


BR 


N 


B 


Termal head 


15 


MSPRC2993AXFJ 


AC 


N 


C 


Head sprinq F 


16 


MSPRC2961AXFJ 


AD 


N 


C 


Head sprinq B 







































































































































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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



7j Packing material & Accessories 




T] Packing material & Accessories 








NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


LPLTP2889AXSA 


AK 


N 


C 


Paper tray A 


[510U/510C1 


LPLTP2889AXSB 


AK 


N 


C 


Paper tray A 


[500U/500C1 


LPLTP2889AXSC 


AK 


N 


C 


Paper tray A 


[1460U1 


2 


LPLTP2890AXSA 


AZ 


N 


C 


Paper tray B 


[510U/510C1 


LPLTP2890AXSB 


AZ 


N 


C 


Paper tray B 


[500U/500C1 


LPLTP2890AXSC 


AZ 


N 


C 


Paper tray B 


[1460U1 


3 


PCOVA2115AXSA 


AL 


N 


C 


Paper tray cover 


4 


QCNW-3975AXGY 


AH 




C 


Telephone line cord 


[510U/500U/1460U1 


QCNW-3247SCZZ 


AH 




C 


Telephone line cord 


[510C/500C1 


5 


QCNW-3976XHOW 


AK 




C 


Handset cord 


[510U/510C1 


QCNW-3976XHBE 


AT 




C 


Handset cord 


[500U/500C1 


QCNW-3976XHOG 


AT 




C 


Handset cord 


[1460U1 


6 


TINSE3717AXZZ 


AP 


N 


D 


Operation manual 


[510U/500U1 


TINSK3746AXZZ 


AP 


N 


D 


Operation manual 


[510C/500C1 


TINSE3747AXZZ 


AP 


N 


D 


Operation manual 


[1460U1 


7 


TLABH4163AXZZ 


AC 


N 


D 


Rapid key labels 


[510U/510C1 


TLABH4163AXZA 


AD 


N 


D 


Rapid key labels 


[500U/500C1 


TLABH4163AXZB 


AC 


N 


D 


Rapid key labels 


F1460U1 


8 


SPAKP4381AXZZ 


AG 




D 


Vinyl cover 


9 


TCADZ2513AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Pop card 


[510U/500U1 


TCADZ2528AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Pop card 


[510C/500C1 


10 


TLABM4162AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Box label 


[510U1 


TLABM4239AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Box label 


[510C1 


TLABM4181AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Box label 


[500U1 


TLABM4269AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Box label 


[500C1 


11 


SPAKC115AAXZZ 


AQ 


N 


D 


Packinq case 


[510U1 


SPAKC165AAXZZ 


AQ 


N 


D 


Packinq case 


[510C1 


SPAKC128AAXZZ 


AQ 


N 


D 


Packinq case 


[500U1 


SPAKC167AAXZZ 


AQ 


N 


D 


Packinq case 


[1460U1 


SPAKC198AAXZZ 


AQ 


N 


D 


Packinq case 


[500C] 


12 


SPAKA114AAXZZ 


AH 


N 


D 


Add., accessories 


13 


SPAKA111AAXZZ 


AH 


N 


D 


Packinq add., riqht 


14 


SPAKA110AAXZZ 


AH 


N 


D 


Packinq add., left 


15 


NGERH2315XHZZ 


AE 


N 


C 


Imaqinqfilmqear 


16 


LBSHP2078XHZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Imaqinqfilmfranqe 


17 


DUNTK307BAXOW 


AZ 


N 


E 


Handset 


[510U/510C1 


DUNTK307BAXBE 


AZ 


N 


E 


Handset 


[500U/500C1 


DUNTK307BAXOG 


AZ 


N 


E 


Handset 


[1460U1 


18 


PWIR-2028SCZZ 


AG 


N 


C 


Oriqinal document support 


19 


TLABH4238AXZA 


AC 


N 


D 


Paper settinq label 


[510C/500C1 


20 


TLABH4258AXZZ 


AC 


N 


D 


Imaqinq film settinq label 


[510C/500C1 


21 


SPAKA213AAXZZ 


AC 


N 


D 


Protection sheet 


22 


TLABM4306AXZZ 


AD 


N 


D 


Pop label 















UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



8 


Control PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


UBATL2049SCZZ 


AF 


N 


B 


Battery(CR2032T23) [BAT11 


2 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22fiF) [C21 


3 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22nF) [C31 


4 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22^F) [C41 


5 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22nF) [C51 


6 


VCEAGA1HW107M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV100nF) [C61 


7 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22nF) [C71 


8 


VCEAGA1HW106M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV10fiF) [C81 


9 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7nF) FC91 


10 


VCEAGA1 EW476M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV 47^F) [C101 


11 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22^F) [C111 


12 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22(iF) [C121 


13 


VCEAGA1HW106M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 0\iF) [C1 31 


14 


VCEAGA1 EW476M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV 47fiF) [C141 


15 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7nF) [C151 


16 


VCEAGA1HW105M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 jiF) [C1 61 


17 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1001 


18 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1041 


19 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 061 


20 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1iiF) [C1071 


21 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 081 


22 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1091 


23 VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 1 01 


24 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1111 


25 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C1 1 21 


26 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1131 


27 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1141 


28 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) fC1 1 71 


29[VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 1 91 


30 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1201 


31 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1211 


32 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 221 


33 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1231 


34 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1241 


35 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1251 


36 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1261 


37 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 271 


38 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1(iF) [C1281 


39 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1301 


40 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1311 


41 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 321 


42 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1(iF) [C1331 


43 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 341 


44'VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1361 


45 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1iiF) [C1371 


46 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1391 


47 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1401 


48 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1411 


49 


VCCCTV1HH180J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 8PF) [C1 421 


50 


VCCCTV1HH180J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 8PF) [C1 431 


51 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1441 


52 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1451 


53 


VCCCTV1HH270J 


AC 




C 


Capacitor(50WV27PF) [C1461 


54 


VCCCTV1HH270J 


AC 




C 


Capacitor(50WV27PF) [C1471 


55 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1481 


56 


VCKYTV1HB103K 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.01nF) [C1491 


57 


VCKYTV1HB472K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV4700PF) [C1511 


58 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1521 


59 VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1531 


60 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1nF) [C1541 


61 


VCKYTV1HB103K 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.01(iF) [C1551 


62 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1561 


63 VCCSTV1HL102J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 000PF) [C1571 


64 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1581 


65 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 1 000PF) [C1591 


66 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1601 


67 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1611 


68 


VCKYTQ1HF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.1(iF) [C1621 


69 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1631 


70 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) 1C1641 


71 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C1651 


72 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1661 


73 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C1671 


74 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1nF) [C168] 


75 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) 1C1691 


76 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1(iF) [C170] 


77 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C171] 


78 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(25WV0.1nF) [C172] 


79 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 2200PF) [C1 73] 


80 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(25WV0.1uF) 1C1741 



10- 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



8 


Control PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


81 


VCCSTV1HL391J 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV390PF) [C1751 


82 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(16WV1nF) [C1761 


83 


VCKYTV1HB681K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV680PF) [C1771 


84 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1781 


85 


VCCCTV1HH150J 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 1 5PF) [C1 801 


86 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1811 


87 


VCCSTV1HL102J 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C1831 


88 


VCKYTQ1HF104Z 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV0.1(iF) [C1841 


89 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C1871 


90 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C1881 


91 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




c 


Capacitor(16WV1nF) [C1901 


92 


VCCCTV1HH331J 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV330PF) [C1911 


93 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


AB 




c 


Capacitor(16WV1(iF) [C1921 


94 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(25WV0.1(iF) [C1971 


95 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(25WV0.1iiF) [C2031 


96 


QCNCM7014SC0G 


AB 




c 


Connector(7pin) fCNCCDl 


97 


QCNCM2442SC0B 


AB 




c 


Conector(2pin) fCNCSl 


98 


QCNCM2465SC3J 


AF 




c 


Connector(30pin) [CNDRM1 [1460U1 


99 


QCNCM7014SC0B 


AD 




c 


Connector(2pin) fCNLEDl 


100 


QCNCM2499SC1D 


AG 




c 


Connector(14pin) [CNLIUAl 


101 


QCNCM7014SC0F 


AB 




c 


Connector(6pin) fCNMTl 


102 


QCNCM7014SC1E 


AC 




c 


Connector(15pin) [CNPNl 


103 


QCNCM2499SC0I 


AE 




c 


Connector(9pin) [CNPW1 


104 


QCNCM2401SC0B 


AA 




c 


Connector(2pin) [CNSPl 


105 


QCNCM7014SC1F 


AD 




c 


Connector(16pin) [CNTHl 


106 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1001 


107 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1011 


108 


VHDDAP202U/-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(DAP202U) [D1021 


109 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1031 


110 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1041 


111 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1051 


112 


VHD1SS355//-1 


AB 




B 


Diode(1SS355) [D1061 


113 


VHVICPS07//-1 


AA 




B 


Varistor(ICP-S07) [FU1001 


114 


VHIMC74HCU04F 


AD 




B 


IC(MC74HCU04F) [IC11 


115 


VHIULN2003AN/ 


AE 




B 


IC(ULN2003ANS) [IC21 


116 


QSOCZ2051SC32 


AC 




C 


IC socket(32pin) [IC31 


117 


VHI27020FHG0J 


BN 




B 


IC, EPROM(2MB) [IC31 


118 


VHIR96FCRBMVP 


BR 


N 


B 


IC(XFCR-MVP) [IC41 [Within IC4 and IC1 1 Pairl 


119 


VHIS2B256SL70 


AU 


N 


B 


IC(SRM2B256SLMX70) [IC61 


120 


RH-IX2129SCZZ 


AY 


N 


B 


IC(IX2129) [IC71 


121 


VHIHEF4066BT1 


AF 




B 


IC(HEF4066) [IC81 


122 


VHIMC14053DR2 


AG 




B 


IC(MC14053DR2) [IC91 


123 


VHINJM2902M-1 


AF 




B 


IC(NJM2902M) [IC101 


124 


VHIR96FCRBMVP 


BR 


N 


B 


IC(R96DFXL-CID) [IC1 11 [Within IC4 and IC1 1 Pairl 


125 


VHINJM2113M-1 


AG 




B 


IC(NJM2113M) [IC121 


126 


VHINJM318M/-F 


AF 




B 


IC(NJM318M) [IC131 


127 


VHIPST596CMT1 


AF 


N 


B 


IC(PST596CNR) [IC1001 


128 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1001 


129 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1011 


130 


RCILZ2104SCZZ 


AK 




C 


Coil(Z2104) [L1021 


131 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£i±5%) [L1031 


132 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£i±5%) [L1041 


133 


VRS-TP2BD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/8W0£2±5%) [L1061 


134 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1071 


135 


VRS-TP2BD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/8W0£i±5%) [L1081 


136 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1121 


137 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1161 


138 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1171 


139 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£i±5%) [L1181 


140 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [L1201 


141 


VHPSG206S//-1 


AG 




B 


Photo transistor(SG206S) [PI11 


142 


VHPSG206S//-1 


AG 




B 


Photo transistor(SG206S) [PI21 


143 


VSDTD114EK/-1 


AC 




B 


Transistor(DTD114EK) [Q1011 


144 


VSRNC1402//-1 


AC 




B 


Transistor(RNC1402) [Q1021 


145 


VSRNC1402//-1 


AC 




B 


Transistor(RNC1402) [Q1031 


146 


VSRNC1402//-1 


AC 




B 


Transistor(RNC1402) [Q1041 


147 


VSRNC1402//-1 


AC 




B 


Transistor(RNC1402) [Q1051 


148 


VRD-HT2EY100J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W10£1±5%) fR1l 


149 


VRS-TS2AD562J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W5.6K£2±5%) [R1001 


150 


VRS-TS2AD223J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W22K£2±5%) [R1011 


151 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W0£2±5%) [R1021 


152 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W270£2±5%) [R1041 


153 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W220£2±5%) [R1061 


154 


VRS-TS2AD201J 


AG 




c 


Resistor(1/10W200£2±5%) [R107] 


155 


VRS-TS2AD105J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W1.0M£2±5%) [R1081 


156 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W1.0K£2±5%) [R109] 


157 


VRS-TS2AD201J 


AG 




c 


Resistor(1/10W200£2±5%) [R110] 


158 


VRS-TS2AD680J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W68£l±5%) [R1 1 1] 


159 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W270£i±5%) [R112] 


160 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W270£2±5%) [R1131 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



8 


Control PWB unit 












NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


161 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




C 


Resistorf 1/10W150J1 ±5%) 


R1151 


162 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




C 


Resistor( 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


R1161 


163'VRS-TS2AD474J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/1 0W470K£i ±5%) 


R1171 


164 VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor( 1 /1 W 270fl ±5%) 


R1181 


165 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 20K£i ±5%) 


R1191 


166 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270£i ±5%) 


R1201 


167 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


R1211 


168 VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£i ±5%) 


R1221 


169 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1/10W150J2 ±5%) 


R1231 


170 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor( 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


R1241 


171 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor( 1 /1 W 470£2 ±5%) 


R1251 


172 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 470£i ±5%) 


R1261 


173 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220£i ±5%) 


R1271 


174 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistor( 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1281 


175 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220£i ±5%) 


R1291 


176 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270J2 ±5%) 


R1301 


177 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1311 


178 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1321 


179 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270J1 ±5%) 


R1331 


180 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /10W150A ±5%) 


R1341 


181 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1351 


182 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 50fl ±5%) [R1 361 [1 


460U1 


183 VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220£1 ±5%) 


R1381 


184 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1391 


185 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 1 50£i ±5%) 


R1401 


186 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 1 50£i ±5%) 


R1411 


187 VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1/1 0W On ±5%) 


R1421 


188 VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220J2 ±5%) 


R1441 


189 VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 270£i ±5%) 


R1451 


190 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1461 


191 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1471 


192 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220fl ±5%) 


R1481 


193 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1491 


194 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1501 


195 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220H ±5%) 


R1511 


196 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1521 


197 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


R1531 


198 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 470£i ±5%) 


R1541 


199 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1551 


200 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1561 


201 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270£1 ±5%) 


R1571 


202.VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1581 


203 VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1591 


204 VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220J1 ±5%) 


R1601 


205 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1611 


206 


VRS-TS2AD201J 


AG 




c 


Resistor(1/10W200£i±5%) 


R1621 


207 


VRS-TS2AD223J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 22K£i ±5%) 


R1631 


208 VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1641 


209 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220J1 ±5%) 


R1651 


210 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1661 


211 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1671 


212 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£i ±5%) 


R1701 


213 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 220J1 ±5%) 


R1711 


214 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


R1721 


215 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1741 


216 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£i ±5%) 


R1751 


217 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270J1 ±5%) 


R1761 


218 


VRS-TS2AD104J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 0OKfl ±5%) 


R1771 


219 


VRS-TS2AD106J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Mfl ±5%) 


R1781 


220 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 470£i ±5%) 


R1791 


221 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1/10W 0£2 ±5%) 


R1801 


222 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1811 


223 VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1821 


224 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1831 


225 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 470£i ±5%) 


R1841 


226 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 270£2 ±5%) 


R1851 


227 VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 270J2 ±5%) 


R1861 


228 VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1871 


229 VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 W 270£2 ±5%) 


R1881 


230 


VRS-TS2AD100J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W10.0£2±5%) 


R1891 


231 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1 /1 0W 270H ±5%) 


R1901 


232 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R1911 


233 


VRS-TS2AD332J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3.3K£2±5%) 


R1921 


234 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33K£1 ±5%) 


R194] 


235 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33KA ±5%) 


R1951 


236 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 20K£2 ±5%) 


R196] 


237 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .0KJ2 ±5%) 


R197] 


238 , VRS-TS2AD473J 


AA 




c 


Resistorf 1/1 0W47K£2 ±5%) 


R198] 


239 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


R199] 


240 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


R2001 



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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



8 


Control PWB unit 












NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


241 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




C 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£2 ±5%) 


[R2011 


242 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




C 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£2 ±5%) 


[R2021 


243 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£i ±5%) 


[R2041 


244 


VRS-TS2AD303J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W30KS2 ±5%) 


[R2051 


245 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£i ±5%) 


[R2071 


246 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33KS1 ±5%) 


[R2081 


247 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£2 ±5%) 


[R2091 


248 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33KS2 ±5%) 


[R2101 


249 


VRS-TS2AD121J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 1 20£i ±5%) 


[R2111 


250 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 220£2 ±5%) 


[R2121 


251 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 470H ±5%) 


[R2131 


252 


VRS-TS2AD273J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1/1 0W27K£1 ±5%) 


[R2141 


253 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2151 


254 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W20K£i±5%) 


[R2161 


255 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W20K£1±5%) 


[R2171 


256 


VRS-TS2AD152J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .5K£i ±5%) 


[R2181 


257 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


[R2191 


258 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 1 0K£1 ±5%) 


[R2201 


259 


VRS-TS2AD201J 


AG 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 200£2 ±5%) 


[R2211 


260 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1/10W 0£2 ±5%) 


[R2221 


261 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 470£i ±5%) 


[R2231 


262 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£1 ±5%) 


[R2241 


263 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 1 50J1 ±5%) 


[R2251 


264 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33KA ±5%) 


[R2261 


265 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£i ±5%) 


[R2271 


266 


VRS-TS2AD183J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 1 8K£i ±5%) 


[R2281 


267 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£2 ±5%) 


[R2291 


268 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 470£2 ±5%) 


[R2301 


269 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1 /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2311 


270 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /10W150S1 ±5%) 


[R2321 


271 


VRS-TS2AD100J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /10W1 0£2 ±5%) 


[R233H1460U1 


272 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .0K£i ±5%) 


[R2341 


273 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


[R2351 


274 


VRS-TS2AD562J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 5.6K£2 ±5%) 


[R2361 


275 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


[R2371 


276 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


[R2381 


277 


VRSTS2AD4752F 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 47.5K£i ±1 %) 


[R2391 


278 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2401 


279 


VRS-TS2AD303J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 30K£i ±5%) 


[R2411 


280 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /10W150£2 ±5%) 


[R2421 


281 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


[R2431 


282 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2441 


283 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470J2 ±5%) 


[R2451 


284 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£2 ±5%) 


[R2461 


285 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


[R2471 


286 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2481 


287 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£i ±5%) 


[R2491 


288 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 1 0K£1 ±5%) 


[R2501 


289 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£2 ±5%) 


[R2511 


290 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 33K£i ±5%) 


[R2521 


291 


VRSTS2AD1742F 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 7.4KA ±1 %) 


[R2531 


292 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .OKfl ±5%) 


[R2541 


293 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£2 ±5%) 


[R2551 


294 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W33KS2 ±5%) 


[R2561 


295 


VRS-TS2AD3R0J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3.0£i±5%) 


[R2581 


296 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£i ±5%) 


[R2591 


297 


VRS-TS2AD822J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W8.2K£1 ±5%) 


[R2601 


298 


VRS-TS2AD302J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3K£1±5%) 


[R2611 


299 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270£i ±5%) 


[R2621 


300 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) 


[R2631 


301 


VRS-TS2AD100J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W10.0£2±5%) 


[R2641 


302 


VRS-TS2AD133J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 3K£1 ±5%) 


[R2651 


303 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .0K£1 ±5%) 


[R2661 


304 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£1 ±5%) 


[R2671 


305 


VRSTS2AD8662F 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 86.6K£2 ±1 %) 


[R2681 


306 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0K£i ±5%) 


[R2691 


307 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1/1 0W On ±5%) 


[R2701 


308 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 33K£i ±5%) 


[R2711 


309 


VRS-TS2AD302J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3K£2±5%) 


[R2721 


310 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 470H ±5%) 


[R2731 


311 


VRS-TS2AD332J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3.3K£2±5%) 


[R2741 


312 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W20K£2±5%) 


[R2761 


313 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 470£2 ±5%) 


[R2771 


314 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470J1 ±5%) 


[R278] 


315 


VRSTS2AD8662F 


AA 




c 


Resistord /1 0W 86.6KA ±1 %) 


[R2801 


316 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 .0K£2 ±5%) 


[R282] 


317 


VRS-TS2AD104J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/1 0W 1 0OKfl ±5%) 


[R283] 


318 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 470£i ±5%) 


[R284] 


319 


VRS-TS2AD623J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 0W 62K£2 ±5%) 


[R285] 


320 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




c 


Resistor) 1 /1 W 270H ±5%) 


[R2861 



- 13- 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



8 


Control PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


321 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W270£l±5%) [R2871 


322 VRS-TS2AD102J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W1.0Kn±5%) [R2881 


323 VRS-TS2AD154J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W150K£2±5%) [R2891 


324 VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W33K£2±5%) [R2901 


325 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




C 


Resistord /1 0W 1 0Kfl ±5%) [R291 1 [51 0U/51 0C/500U1 


326 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W470£2±5%) [R2921 


327 


VRS-TS2AD332J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W3.3K£2±5%) [R2941 


328 VRS-TS2AD333J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/10W33K£2±5%) [R2951 


329 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W10K£2±5%) [R2961 [1460U1 


330 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W270£2±5%) [R2971 


331 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W270£2±5%) [R2981 


332 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W270£i±5%) [R2991 


333 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W470£i±5%) [R3081 


334 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/10W0£i±5%) [R3091 


335 


RRLYD3130SCZZ 


AN 




B 


Relav [RY11 


336 


RCRSQ1005LCZZ 


AE 




B 


Crystal(1 9.66MHz) [X11 


337 


RCRSB0297AFZZ 


AD 




B 


Crystal(32.768KHz) [X2l 


338 


RCRSP2119SCZZ 


AK 


N 


B 


Crystal(24. 00014MHz) fX3l 


339 


VHERD22FB3/-1 


AC 




B 


Zenerdiode(RD22FB3) [ZD21 


340 


TLABP3078AXZZ 


AA 




D 


Shading labelffor EP-ROM) 




(Unit) 










901 


DCEKC382JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [51 0U/500U1 


DCEKC582JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [51 0C/500C1 


DCEKC583JAXZZ 


BZ 


N 


E 


Control PWB unit(Within ROM) [1 460U1 



















































9 


TEL-Liu PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


VHVRA391PV6-1 


AE 




B 


Varistor(RA-391 P-V6-2) [AR1 1 


2 


QCNW-4704AXZZ 


AD 


N 


C 


ARG cable [ARG1 


3 


RC-FZ3024SCZZ 


AG 




C 


Capacitor(250WV0.82(iF) [C11 


4 


VCKYPU1HB103K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV0.01nF) [C21 


5 


VCKYPU1HB102K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C31 


6 


VCKYPU1HB102K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C41 


7 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7nF) [C51 


8 


VCKYPU1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C71 


9 


VCQYNA1HM333K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 0.033(iF) [C81 


10 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7nF) [C91 


11 


VCKYPU1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C101 


12 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7nF) [C111 


13 


VCEAGA1 HW225M 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 0.47nF) [C121 


14 


VCKYPU1HB221K 


AB 




c 


Capacitor(50WV220PF) [C131 


15 


VCKYPU1HB102K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C141 


16 


VCKYPU1HB102K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV1000PF) [C151 


17 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 22nF) [C161 


18 


VCKYPU1HB332K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV3300PF) [C171 


19 


VCKYPU1HF223Z 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV0.022nF) [C181 


20 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV 4.7^F) [C191 


21 


VCKYPU1HB222K 


AA 




c 


Capacitor(50WV2200PF) [C20l 


22 


RRLYD3221SCZZ 


AN 




B 


Relay(OUAZ-SH-124D) [CMLl 


23 


QCNCW2500SC1D 


AG 




c 


Connector(14Pin) [CNLIU1 


24 


VHD1SS133//-1 


AA 




B 


Diode(1SS133) [D11 


25 


VHD1SS133//-1 


AA 




B 


Diode(1SS133) [D21 


26 


VHD1SS133//-1 


AA 




B 


Diode(1SS133) [D31 


27 


VHD1SS133//-1 


AA 




B 


Diode(1SS133) [D4l 


28 VHINJM2904D-1 


AG 




B 


IC(NJM2904D) [IC11 


29 QJAKZ2046SCBB 


AH 




C 


Jack [M J 1/21 


30 


QJAKZ2065SC0D 


AG 




C 


Jack [MJTEL1 


31 


VHPPC817X7/-1 


AD 




B 


Photo coupler(PC81 7X7) [PC11 


32 


VHPPC814X//-1 


AE 




B 


Phototransistor(PC814X) [PC21 


33 VHPSG206S//-1 


AG 




B 


Photo transistor(SG206S) [PEl 


34 


VSDTC114ES/-1 


AB 




B 


Transistor(DTC114ES) [Q11 


35 


VS2SC1815GR-1 


AB 




B 


Transistor(2SC1815GR) [Q21 


36 


VSDTC114ES/-1 


AB 




B 


Transistor(DTC1 1 4ES) [Q31 


37|VRD-HT2EY910J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W9in±5%) [R11 


38 


VRD-HT2EY300J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W30fl±5%) [R2] 


39 


VRD-HT2HY223J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/2W22K£l±5%) [R31 


40 


VRD-HT2EY223J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W22K£l±5%) [R51 


41 


VRD-HT2EY221J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W220£2±5%) [R61 


42 


VRD-HT2EY103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W10K£2±5%) [R71 


43 VRD-HT2EY153J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W15KQ±5%) [R81 


44 VRD-HT2EY103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W10KQ±5%) [R91 


45 


VRD-HT2EY621J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W620n±5%) [R101 


46 


VRD-HT2EY103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W10KQ±5%) [R111 


47 


VRD-HT2EY103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W10Kn±5%) [R121 


48 


VRD-HT2EY103J 


AA 




c 


Resistor(1/4W10Kn±5%) [R131 



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UX-500C/FO-1460U 



T] TEL-Liu PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


49 


VRD-HT2EY332J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W3.3K£l±5%) [R141 


50 


VRD-HT2EY102J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1.0Kn±5%) [R151 


51 


VRD-HT2EY152J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1.5K£2±5%) [R161 


52 


VRD-HT2EY102J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1.0K£2±5%) [R181 


53 


VRD-HT2EY152J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1.5K£2±5%) [R191 


54 


VRD-HT2EY102J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1.0K£1±5%) [R201 


55 


VRD-HT2EY153J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W15K£l±5%) [R211 


56 


VRD-HT2EY332J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W3.3K£2±5%) [R221 


57 


VRD-HT2EY151J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W150n±5%) [R241 


58 


QSW-Z2206SCZZ 


AH 




B 


Hook switch [SW11 


59 


QSW-Z2226SCZZ 


AG 




B 


Door switch [SW21 


60 


RTRNZ2128XH01 


AP 




B 


Transformer(Z2128) fT1l 


61 


VHVERZV5D471/ 


AC 




B 


Varistor(ERZV5D471) [VA11 


62 


VHVERZV5D471/ 


AC 




B 


Varistor(ERZV5D471 ) [VA21 


63 


VHEHZ2C1///-1 


AA 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZ2C1) [ZD11 


64 


VHEHZ2C1///-1 


AA 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZ2C1) [ZD21 


65 


VHEHZ27-1//-1 


AB 




C 


Zenerdiode(HZ27) [ZD31 


66 


VHEHZ2C1///-1 


AA 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZ2C1) [ZD41 


67 


VHEHZ2C1///-1 


AA 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZ2C1) [ZD51 




(Unit) 










901 


DCEKL349BAX01 


BD 


N 


E 


TEL-Liu PWB unit 



















































10 


Power supply PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


0KY0L551A0020 


AF 




C 


Coil(BL02RN2-R62) 


[BEA11 


2 


0KY0L551A0010 


AE 




C 


Coil(BL02RN1-R62) 


[BEA1011 


3 


0KY0C245Q1 040 


AM 


N 


C 


Capacitor(250WV0.1nF) 


[C11 


4 


0KY0C3K7K2210 


AW 




C 


Capacitor(200WV 220(iF) 


rcsi 


5 


0KY0C1A9R2210 


AG 




C 


Capacitor(1KWV220PF) 


[C81 


6 


0KY0C251 E4720 


AE 




C 


Capacitor(50WV4700PF) 


[C91 


7 


0KY0C251E1030 


AE 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.01nF) 


[C101 


8 


0KY0C151M2210 


AE 




c 


Capacitor(500WV220PF) 


rem 


9 


0KY0C176Q4720 


AL 


N 


c 


Capacitor(VA34700nF) 


[C72l 


10 


0KY0C374D3310 


AN 




C 


Capacitor(35WV 330nF) 


rci 01 1 


11 


0KY0C374D3310 


AN 




C 


Capacitor(35WV 330(iF) 


rcio2i 


12 


0KY0C162E1040 


AF 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.1fiF) 


rci 1 oi 


13 


0KY0C1A9Y1020 


AG 




C 


Capacitor(500WV 1 000PF) 


[C1111 


14 


0KY0K251A0020 


AK 




C 


Connector(3pin) 


[CN11 


15 


0KY0K221 B0090 


AP 


N 


C 


Connector(9pin) 


[CN1011 


16 


0KY0D251A0020 


AD 




B 


Diode(1SS133) 


[D41 


17 


0KY0D466A0600 


AE 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZS9B2) 


fD51 


18 


0KY0D251A0020 


AD 




B 


Diode(1SS133) 


[D61 


19 


0KY0D251A0020 


AD 




B 


Diode(1SS133) 


[D71 


20 


0KY0D157A0060 


AG 




B 


Diode(ERA15-06) 


TD101 


21 


0KY0D157A0060 


AG 




B 


Diode(ERA15-06) 


[D111 


22 


0KY0D157A0060 


AG 




B 


Diode(ERA15-06) 


[D121 


23 


0KY0D157A0060 


AG 




B 


Diode(ERA15-06) 


[D131 


24 


0KY0D221B0020 


AT 


N 


B 


Diode(YG911S2R) 


[D1011 


25 


0KY0D266A0060 


AM 




B 


Diode(ERA83-006) 


[D1021 


26 


0KY0D461A3200 


AL 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZ-30CP) 


[D1041 


27 


0KY0D466A0480 


AE 




B 


Zenerdiode(HZS7A2) 


[D1101 


28 


0KY0K716A4R00 


AK 




A 


Fuse(4.0A125V) 


[F11 


29 


0KY0K758A4R00 


AT 


N 


A 


Fuse(4.0A125V) 


[F1011 


30 


0KY0M850A0010 


AE 




C 


Fuse holder 


[FH11 


31 


0KY0M850A0010 


AE 




C 


Fuse holder 


[FH21 


32 


0KY0MPS027700 


AP 


N 


C 


Heat sink 


[HS11 


33 


0KY0MPH006800 


AH 


N 


C 


Heat sink 


[HS21 


34 


0KY0H130A0050 


AT 




B 


IC(TA78M05S) 


[IC1031 


35 


0KY0L113J1830 


AQ 




C 


Line filter 


[L11 


36 


0KY0D763A4R00 


AN 


N 


B 


Thermistor 


[NTC11 


37 


0KY0H719A0010 


AP 




B 


Photo coupler(PC817B) 


[PC11 


38 


0KY0T644A0010 


AV 




B 


FET(2SK2972) 


[Q1l 


39 


0KY0T358A0040 


AG 




B 


Transistor(2SC1741AS) 


[Q21 


40 


0KY0T351A0050 


AF 




B 


Transistor(2SC1 740S) 


[Q1011 


41 


0KY0R153U1050 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W1M£2±5%) 


[R11 


42 


0KY0R153U3940 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W390K£1±5%) 


[R21 


43 


0KY0R153U1830 


AC 




c 


Resistor(1/4W 1 8K£1 ±5%) 


[R51 


44 


0KY0R153U4710 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W470£2±5%) 


[R61 


45 


0KY0R153U1810 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W180£2±5%) 


[R71 


46 


0KY0R153U3330 


AB 




C 


Resistor(1/4W33K£2±5%) 


[R81 


47 


0KY0R153U1010 


AC 


N 


C 


Resistor(1/4W100£i±5%) 


[R91 


48 


0KY0R153U6220 


AC 




c 


Resistor(1/4W6.2K£2 ±5%) 


[R101 


49 


0KY0R153U8220 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W6.8K£2 ±5%) 


[R111 


50 


0KY0R153U1830 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W 1 8K£2 ±5%) 


[R121 


51 


OKY0R153U6810 


AC 




c 


Resistor(1/4W680n±5%) 


[R171 



- 15 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



10 


Power supply PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


52 


0KY0R153U3920 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W3.9K£2±5%) 


[R1021 


53 0KY0R153U3920 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W3.9K£2 ±5%) 


[R1031 


54 0KY0R153U3310 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W 330£i ±5%) 


[R1101 


55 0KY0R153U1020 


AB 




C 


Resistor(1/4W 1 Kfl ±5%) 


[R1111 


56 


0KY0R153U3340 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W330K£2±5%) 


[R1121 


57 


0KY0R353U1130 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W11K£2±1%) 


[R1131 


58 


0KY0R153U2430 


AD 




c 


Resistor(1/4W24K£2±5%) 


[R1141 


59 0KY0R153U4720 


AB 




c 


Resistor(1/4W4.7KJ2±5%) 


[R1201 


60 


0KY0R153U3920 


AC 




C 


Resistor(1/4W3.9K£l±5%) 


[R1211 


61 


0KY0M131A0020 


AE 


N 


C 


Screw(3x8) 


62 


0KY0L200C0232 


BA 


N 


B 


Transformer(2C23) 


mi 


63 ' 0KY0R854E5020 


AK 


N 


B 


Variable resistor(1 /1 0W 5K£i) 


[VR1011 


64 


0KY0D754A2410 


AL 




B 


Varistor(ENC241D) 


[Z11 




(Unit) 










901 


RDENT2112AXZZ 


BK 


N 


E 


Power supply PWB unit 



















































11 


CCD PWB unit 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


1 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


AB 




C 


Capacitor(50WV 22liF) [C11 


2 


VCKYPU1HF223Z 


AA 




C 


Capacitor(50WV0.022nF) [C21 


3 


QCNW-4692AXZZ 


AH 


N 


C 


Cable [CN11 


4 


VHITCD1208AP1 


AX 


N 


B 


IC(TCD1208AP) [IC11 


5 


VS2SC1815GR-1 


AB 




B 


Transistor(2SC1815GR) [Q11 


6 


VRD-RC2EY222J 


AA 




C 


Resistor(1/4W2.2K£i±5%) fR1l 


7 


VRD-RC2EY390J 


AA 




c 


Resistor( 1 /4W 39£i ±5%) [R21 




(Unit) 










901 


DCEKD475AAX05 


BE 


N 


E 


CCD PWB unit 



















































50 


Hardware parts 










NO. 


PARTS CODE 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


DESCRIPTION 


B1 


XEBSD20P06000 


AA 




C 


Screw(2x6) 


B2 


XEBSD30P10000 


AA 




c 


Screw(3x1 0) 


B3 


LX-BZ2222AXZZ 


AC 


N 


C 


Screw 


B4 ! XBPSD30P06K00 


AA 




C 


Screw(3x6) 


B5 


XBPSN40P06K00 


AA 




C 


Screw(4x6) 


B6 


XBBSD30P06000 


AA 




C 


Screw(3x6) 


B7 


LX-BZ21 38XHZZ 


AB 




c 


Screw 


B8 LX-BZ21 82SCZZ 


AB 




c 


Screw 


B10 


XEBSE30P10000 


AA 




c 


Screw(3x10) 


B11 


XEBSF30P12000 


AA 




c 


Screw(3x12) 


W1 


LX-WZ2228AXZZ 


AB 


N 


c 


Cut washer 































































































































































































































































































































































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UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



S Index 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


[C] 










CCNW-4695AX01 


1-3 


AL 


N 


C 


CGERH2314AX51 


1-59 


AP 


N 


C 


CGERH2363AX01 


1-6 


AK 


N 


C 


CLEVP2254AX01 


5-1 


AE 


N 


c 


CLEVP2255AX01 


5-2 


AE 


N 


c 


CLEVP2256AX01 


5-3 


AE 


N 


c 


CPNLH2380AX01 


1-1 


BM 


N 


E 


« 


2-901 


BM 


N 


E 


CPNLH2380AX02 


1-1 


BM 


N 


E 


" 


2-901 


BM 


N 


E 


CPNLH2380AX06 


1-1 


BM 


N 


E 


» 


2-901 


BM 


N 


E 


CROLP2334AX01 


1-18 


AN 


N 


C 


CROLR2362AX01 


1-45 


AN 


N 


c 


CROLR2363AX01 


1-46 


AN 


N 


c 


[Dl 










DCEKC382JAXZZ 


1-4 


BZ 


N 


E 


" 


8-901 


BZ 


N 


E 


DCEKC582JAXZZ 


1-4 


BZ 


N 


E 


" 


8-901 


BZ 


N 


E 


DCEKC583JAXZZ 


1-4 


BZ 


N 


E 


" 


8-901 


BZ 


N 


E 


DCEKD475AAX05 


4-1 


BE 


N 


E 


" 


11-901 


BE 


N 


E 


DCEKL349BAX01 


1-5 


BD 


N 


E 


" 


9-901 


BD 


N 


E 


DCEKP351BAX01 


2-1 


BG 


N 


E 


DCYOD475AAX02 


4-901 


BN 


N 


E 


DUNTK307BAXBE 


7-17 


AZ 


N 


E 


DUNTK307BAXOG 


7-17 


AZ 


N 


E 


DUNTK307BAXOW 


7-17 


AZ 


N 


E 


[Gl 










GCABA2289AXSA 


2-2 


AR 


N 


D 


GCABA2289AXSB 


2-2 


AR 


N 


D 


GCABA2289AXSC 


2-2 


AR 


N 


D 


GCABB2290AXSA 


1-15 


AZ 


N 


D 


GCABB2290AXSB 


1-15 


AZ 


N 


D 


GCABB2290AXSC 


1-15 


AZ 


N 


D 


GCABC2291AXSA 


1-75 


AL 


N 


D 


GCABC2291AXSB 


1-75 


AL 


N 


D 


GCABC2291AXSC 


1-75 


AL 


N 


D 


GCOVA2375AXZZ 


1-76 


AN 


N 


c 


GCOVA2376AXSA 


1-22 


AQ 


N 


D 


GCOVA2376AXSB 


1-22 


AQ 


N 


D 


GCOVA2376AXSC 


1-22 


AQ 


N 


D 


GCOVA2378AXZZ 


1-77 


AE 


N 


c 


GLEGG2063AXZZ 


1-79 


AC 


N 


c 


[HI 










HPNLH2380AXSA 


2-12 


AL 


N 


c 


HPNLH2380AXSB 


2-12 


AL 


N 


c 


HPNLH2380AXSC 


2-12 


AL 


N 


c 


[J] 










JBTN-2202AXSA 


2-3 


AG 


N 


c 


JBTN-2202AXSB 


2-3 


AG 


N 


c 


JBTN-2202AXSC 


2-3 


AG 


N 


c 


JBTN-2203AXSA 


2-4 


AF 


N 


c 


JBTN-2203AXSB 


2-4 


AF 


N 


c 


JBTN-2203AXSC 


2-4 


AF 


N 


c 


JBTN-2204AXSA 


2-5 


AD 


N 


c 


JBTN-2204AXSB 


2-5 


AD 


N 


c 


JBTN-2205AXSA 


2-6 


AD 


N 


c 


JBTN-2205AXSB 


2-6 


AD 


N 


c 


JBTN-2206AXSA 


2-7 


AD 


N 


c 


JKNBP2074AXSA 


6-1 


AD 


N 


c 


JKNBP2074AXSB 


6-1 


AD 


N 


c 


JKNBP2074AXSC 


6-1 


AD 


N 


c 


[L] 










LBNDJ2006SCZZ 


1-13 


AA 




c 


" 


6-2 


AA 




c 


LBNDJ2008SCZZ 


1-84 


AA 




c 


LBSHP2078XHZZ 


7-16 


AC 


N 


c 


LBSHP2086AXZZ 


1-53 


AC 


N 


c 


LBSHP2088AXZZ 


1-7 


AC 


N 


c 


LFRM-2164AXZA 


4-2 


AV 


N 


c 


LFRM-2179AXZZ 


6-3 


AN 


N 


c 


LFRM-2180AXZZ 


1-28 


AU 


N 


c 


LFRM-2181AXZZ 


5-4 


AV 


N 


c 


LHLDW1165AFZZ 


1-85 


AE 


N 


c 


LHLDW2341RCZZ 


1-82 


AB 


N 


c 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


LPLTG2707XHZZ 


3-1 


AE 




C 


LPLTM2791AXFW 


1-29 


AD 




C 


LPLTM2885AXFW 


1-16 


AQ 


N 


C 


LPLTM2886AXFW 


5-5 


AQ 


N 


c 


LPLTM2887AXFW 


1-66 


AQ 


N 


c 


LPLTP2790XHZZ 


3-2 


AD 




c 


LPLTP2884AXZZ 


1-30 


AP 


N 


c 


LPLTP2888AXSA 


1-67 


AP 


N 


c 


LPLTP2888AXSB 


1-67 


AP 


N 


c 


LPLTP2888AXSC 


1-67 


AP 


N 


c 


LPLTP2889AXSA 


7- 1 


AK 


N 


c 


LPLTP2889AXSB 


7-1 


AK 


N 


c 


LPLTP2889AXSC 


7-1 


AK 


N 


c 


LPLTP2890AXSA 


7-2 


AZ 


N 


c 


LPLTP2890AXSB 


7-2 


AZ 


N 


c 


LPLTP2890AXSC 


7-2 


AZ 


N 


c 


LSTPP2044XHZZ 


1-31 


AF 




c 


LX-BZ2138XHZZ 


50- B7 


AB 




c 


LX-BZ2182SCZZ 


50- B8 


AB 




c 


LX-BZ2222AXZZ 


50- B3 


AC 


N 


c 


LX-WZ2228AXZZ 


50- W1 


AB 


N 


c 


[Ml 










MCAMP2023AXZZ 


5-6 


AD 


N 


c 


MLEVP2248AXZZ 


6-4 


AD 


N 


c 


MLEVP2249AXZZ 


1-32 


AC 


N 


c 


MLEVP2250AXZZ 


1-47 


AD 


N 


c 


MLEVP2251AXZZ 


1-48 


AD 


N 


c 


MLEVP2252AXZZ 


1-33 


AC 


N 


c 


MLEVP2253AXSA 


1-8 


AD 


N 


c 


MLEVP2257AXZZ 


3-3 


AG 


N 


c 


MLEVP2258AXZZ 


1-34 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2832AXZZ 


1-23 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2920AXFJ 


6-6 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2924AXFJ 


3-4 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2926AXFJ 


1-68 


AD 


N 


c 


MSPRC2927AXFJ 


1-37 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2928AXFJ 


6-7 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2931AXFJ 


1-17 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2961AXFJ 


6-16 


AD 


N 


c 


MSPRC2993AXFJ 


6-15 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2994AXFJ 


6-5 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2995AXFJ 


1-36 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRC2996AXFJ 


1-35 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRD2823AXFJ 


1-60 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRD2929AXFJ 


1-38 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRD2930AXFJ 


1-49 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRD2962AXFJ 


5-7 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRP2812SCZZ 


3-5 


AE 


N 


c 


MSPRP2817SCZZ 


4-3 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRT2923AXFJ 


3-6 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRT2932AXFJ 


1-69 


AC 


N 


c 


MSPRT2957AXZZ 


3-7 


AC 


N 


c 


[Nl 










NBRGP2141AXZZ 


3-8 


AC 


N 


c 


NGERH2275XHZZ 


1-9 


AC 




c 


« 


3-9 


AC 




c 


NGERH2279XHZZ 


1-61 


AC 




c 


" 


5-8 


AC 




c 


NGERH2281XHZZ 


5-9 


AD 




c 


NGERH2309XHZZ 


1-54 


AC 




c 


NGERH2310XHZZ 


1-39 


AE 




c 


NGERH2315XHZZ 


7-15 


AE 


N 


c 


NGERH2317XHZZ 


3-10 


AC 




c 


NGERH2356XHZZ 


3-11 


AC 


N 


c 


NGERH2358AXZZ 


1-55 


AC 


N 


c 


NGERH2359AXZZ 


1-50 


AD 


N 


c 


NGERH2360AXZZ 


1-56 


AE 


N 


c 


NGERH2361AXZZ 


1-57 


AE 


N 


c 


■■ 


5-10 


AE 


N 


c 


NGERH2362AXZZ 


5-11 


AE 


N 


c 


NGERH2365AXZZ 


1-70 


AD 


N 


c 


NGERH2366AXZZ 


1-71 


AD 


N 


c 


NGERH2367AXZZ 


1-62 


AD 


N 


c 


NGERP2318XHZZ 


1-24 


AD 




c 


NROLP2332XHZZ 


1-63 


AD 




c 


NROLP2334AXZZ 


3-12 


AE 


N 


c 


NROLR2333XHZZ 


1-10 


AP 




c 


NROLR2364AXZZ 


1-58 


AW 


N 


c 


NROLR2365AXZZ 


3-13 


AV 


N 


c 


NROLR2377AXZZ 


1-11 


AD 


N 


c 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


NSFTM2268AXZZ 


1-51 


AE 


N 


C 


NSFTM2278AXZZ 


6-8 


AH 


N 


C 


NSFTM2279AXZZ 


1-64 


AK 


N 


C 


NSFTM2280AXZZ 


1-40 


AK 


N 


c 


NSFTZ2257AXZZ 


3-14 


AE 


N 


c 


NSFTZ2258AXZZ 


1-19 


AE 


N 


c 


[PI 










PCOVA2114AXZZ 


1-78 


AE 


N 


c 


PCOVA2115AXSA 


7-3 


AL 


N 


c 


PFLT-2006XHZZ 


4-4 


AA 




c 


PFLT-2009AXZZ 


1-41 


AD 


N 


c 


PGIDM2478AXZL 


6-9 


AD 


N 


c 


PGIDM2478AXZR 


6-10 


AD 


N 


c 


PGIDM2479AXZZ 


1-52 


AN 


N 


c 


PGIDM2480AXSA 


1-72 


AG 


N 


c 


PGIDM2481AXSA 


1-12 


AT 


N 


c 


PGIDM2481AXSB 


1-12 


AT 


N 


c 


PGIDM2481AXSC 


1-12 


AT 


N 


c 


PGIDM2482AXZZ 


3-15 


AP 


N 


c 


PGIDM2483AXSA 


1-25 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2483AXSB 


1-25 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2483AXSC 


1-25 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2484AXSA 


1-26 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2484AXSB 


1-26 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2484AXSC 


1-26 


AE 


N 


c 


PGIDM2485AXZZ 


1-65 


AL 


N 


c 


PGLSP2058XHZZ 


4-5 


AE 




c 


PGUMM2149AXZZ 


1-83 


AK 


N 


c 


PHOP-2095AXSA 


1-73 


AN 


N 


c 


PHOP-2095AXSB 


1-73 


AN 


N 


c 


PHOP-2095AXSC 


1-73 


AN 


N 


c 


PLNS-2049XHZZ 


4-6 


AZ 




c 


PMIR-2070XHZZ 


4-7 


AG 




c 


PMIR-2071XHZZ 


4-8 


AH 




c 


PMIR-2072XHZZ 


4-9 


AH 




c 


PSEL-2015SCZZ 


1-74 


AB 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3196AXZZ 


4-10 


AC 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3250AXZZ 


4- 11 


AB 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3258AXZZ 


4-12 


AD 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3290AXZZ 


3-16 


AD 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3291AXZZ 


2-8 


AD 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3292AXZZ 


6-11 


AE 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3293AXZZ 


1-43 


AH 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3332AXZZ 


1-81 


AE 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3334AXZZ 


1-80 


AC 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3341AXZZ 


1-86 


AC 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3342AXZZ 


1-87 


AC 


N 


c 


PSHEZ3344AXZZ 


1-42 


AD 


N 


c 


PWIR-2028SCZZ 


7-18 


AG 


N 


c 


[Ql 










QACCZ2012XHZZ 


1-20 


AT 




B 


QCNCM2401SC0B 


8-104 


AA 




c 


QCNCM2442SC0B 


8-97 


AB 




c 


QCNCM2465SC3J 


8-98 


AF 




c 


QCNCM2499SC0I 


8-103 


AE 




c 


QCNCM2499SC1D 


8-100 


AG 




c 


QCNCM7014SC0B 


8-99 


AD 




c 


QCNCM7014SC0F 


8-101 


AB 




c 


QCNCM7014SC0G 


8-96 


AB 




c 


QCNCM7014SC1E 


8-102 


AC 




c 


QCNCM7014SC1F 


8-105 


AD 




c 


QCNCW2500SC1D 


9-23 


AG 




c 


QCNW-3247SCZZ 


7-4 


AH 




c 


QCNW-3975AXGY 


7-4 


AH 




c 


QCNW-3976XHBE 


7-5 


AT 




c 


QCNW-3976XHOG 


7-5 


AT 




c 


QCNW-3976XHOW 


7-5 


AK 




c 


QCNW-4690AXZZ 


1-2 


AN 


N 


c 


» 


2-11 


AN 


N 


c 


QCNW-4691AXZZ 


6-12 


AQ 


N 


c 


QCNW-4692AXZZ 


11-3 


AH 


N 


c 


QCNW-4693AXZZ 


4-13 


AD 


N 


c 


QCNW-4694AXZZ 


5-12 


AD 


N 


c 


QCNW-4702AXZZ 


6-13 


AE 


N 


c 


QCNW-4704AXZZ 


9-2 


AD 


N 


c 


QJAKZ2046SCBB 


9-29 


AH 




c 


QJAKZ2065SC0D 


9-30 


AG 




c 


QSOCZ2051SC32 


8-116 


AC 




c 


QSW-F2224SCZZ 


5-13 


AE 




B 


QSW-Z2206SCZZ 


9-58 


AH 




B 



- 17 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


QSW-Z2226SCZZ 


9-59 


AG 




B 


[Rl 










RC-FZ3024SCZZ 


9-3 


AG 




C 


RCILZ2104SCZZ 


8-130 


AK 




C 


RCORF2063XHZZ 


1-44 


AF 




B 


RCORF2064XHZZ 


1-14 


AF 




B 


RCRSB0297AFZZ 


8-337 


AD 




B 


RCRSP2119SCZZ 


8-338 


AK 


N 


B 


RCRSQ1005LCZZ 


8-336 


AE 




B 


RDENT2112AXZZ 


1-21 


BK 


N 


E 


" 


10-901 


BK 


N 


E 


RH-IX2129SCZZ 


8-120 


AY 


N 


B 


RHEDZ2052AXZZ 


6-14 


BR 


N 


B 


RMOTZ2131AXZZ 


5-14 


BB 


N 


B 


RRLYD3130SCZZ 


8-335 


AN 




B 


RRLYD3221SCZZ 


9-22 


AN 




B 


RTRNZ2128XH01 


9-60 


AP 




B 


[SI 










SPAKA110AAXZZ 


7-14 


AH 


N 


D 


SPAKA111AAXZZ 


7-13 


AH 


N 


D 


SPAKA114AAXZZ 


7-12 


AH 


N 


D 


SPAKA213AAXZZ 


7-21 


AC 


N 


D 


SPAKC115AAXZZ 


7-11 


AQ 


N 


D 


SPAKC128AAXZZ 


7-11 


AQ 


N 


D 


SPAKC165AAXZZ 


7-11 


AQ 


N 


D 


SPAKC167AAXZZ 


7-11 


AQ 


N 


D 


SPAKC198AAXZZ 


7-11 


AQ 


N 


D 


SPAKP4381AXZZ 


7-8 


AG 




D 


[T] 










TCADZ2513AXZZ 


7-9 


AD 


N 


D 


TCADZ2528AXZZ 


7-9 


AD 


N 


D 


TINSE3717AXZZ 


7-6 


AP 


N 


D 


TINSE3747AXZZ 


7-6 


AP 


N 


D 


TINSK3746AXZZ 


7-6 


AP 


N 


D 


TLABH4161AXZZ 


1-27 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABH4163AXZA 


7-7 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABH4163AXZB 


7-7 


AC 


N 


D 


TLABH4163AXZZ 


7-7 


AC 


N 


D 


TLABH4238AXZA 


7-19 


AC 


N 


D 


TLABH4258AXZZ 


7-20 


AC 


N 


D 


TLABM4162AXZZ 


7-10 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABM4181AXZZ 


7-10 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABM4239AXZZ 


7-10 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABM4269AXZZ 


7-10 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABM4306AXZZ 


7-22 


AD 


N 


D 


TLABP3078AXZZ 


8-340 


AA 




D 


[Ul 










UBATL2049SCZZ 


8-1 


AF 


N 


B 


[VI 










VCCCTV1HH150J 


8-19 


AA 




C 


" 


8-21 


AA 




C 


" 


8-23 


AA 




C 


" 


8-28 


AA 




C 


" 


8-29 


AA 




C 


" 


8-32 


AA 




C 


" 


8-37 


AA 




C 


" 


8-41 


AA 




C 


" 


8-43 


AA 




C 


" 


8-85 


AA 




C 


VCCCTV1HH180J 


8-49 


AA 




C 


" 


8-50 


AA 




C 


VCCCTV1HH270J 


8-53 


AC 




C 


" 


8-54 


AC 




C 


VCCCTV1HH331J 


8-92 


AA 




C 


VCCSTV1HL102J 


8-63 


AA 




C 


» 


8-87 


AA 




c 


VCCSTV1HL391J 


8-81 


AA 




C 


VCEAGA1 EW476M 


8-10 


AA 




C 


» 


8-14 


AA 




C 


VCEAGA1HW105M 


8-16 


AB 




C 


VCEAGA1HW106M 


8-8 


AA 




C 


» 


8-13 


AA 




C 


VCEAGA1HW107M 


8-6 


AA 




C 


VCEAGA1 HW225M 


9-13 


AA 




c 


VCEAGA1 HW226M 


8-2 


AB 




c 


" 


8-3 


AB 




C 


" 


8-4 


AB 




c 


" 


8-5 


AB 




C 


" 


8-7 


AB 




c 


" 


8-11 


AB 




C 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


VCEAGA1HW226M 


8-12 


AB 




C 


" 


9-17 


AB 




C 


" 


11-1 


AB 




C 


VCEAGA1 HW475M 


8-9 


AA 




C 


" 


8-15 


AA 




C 


» 


9-7 


AA 




C 


" 


9-10 


AA 




C 


" 


9-12 


AA 




C 


" 


9-20 


AA 




C 


VCKYPU1HB102K 


9-5 


AA 




C 


" 


9-6 


AA 




C 


" 


9-15 


AA 




C 


" 


9-16 


AA 




C 


VCKYPU1HB103K 


9-4 


AA 




C 


VCKYPU1HB221K 


9-14 


AB 




C 


VCKYPU1HB222K 


9-8 


AA 




C 


» 


9-11 


AA 




C 


» 


9-21 


AA 




C 


VCKYPU1HB332K 


9-18 


AA 




C 


VCKYPU1HF223Z 


9-19 


AA 




C 


» 


11-2 


AA 




C 


VCKYTQ1HF104Z 


8-68 


AA 




C 


» 


8-88 


AA 




C 


VCKYTV1CF105Z 


8-38 


AB 




C 


» 


8-42 


AB 




C 


» 


8-60 


AB 




C 


» 


8-74 


AB 




C 


» 


8-76 


AB 




C 


» 


8-82 


AB 




C 


" 


8-91 


AB 




C 


" 


8-93 


AB 




C 


VCKYTV1EB104K 


8-62 


AA 




C 


" 


8-67 


AA 




C 


» 


8-72 


AA 




c 


" 


8-84 


AA 




C 


" 


8-94 


AA 




C 


VCKYTV1EF104Z 


8-17 


AA 




C 


» 


8-18 


AA 




C 


» 


8-20 


AA 




C 


" 


8-22 


AA 




C 


» 


8-24 


AA 




C 


» 


8-26 


AA 




C 


» 


8-27 


AA 




C 


» 


8-31 


AA 




C 


» 


8-33 


AA 




C 


" 


8-34 


AA 




c 


» 


8-35 


AA 




C 


" 


8-36 


AA 




C 


» 


8-39 


AA 




C 


" 


8-40 


AA 




C 


» 


8-44 


AA 




C 


" 


8-45 


AA 




C 


" 


8-46 


AA 




C 


" 


8-47 


AA 




C 


" 


8-48 


AA 




C 


" 


8-59 


AA 




C 


" 


8-64 


AA 




C 


" 


8-66 


AA 




C 


" 


8-69 


AA 




C 


» 


8-70 


AA 




C 


" 


8-71 


AA 




C 


» 


8-75 


AA 




C 


" 


8-77 


AA 




C 


» 


8-78 


AA 




C 


" 


8-80 


AA 




C 


» 


8-95 


AA 




C 


VCKYTV1HB102K 


8-30 


AA 




C 


" 


8-51 


AA 




C 


" 


8-52 


AA 




C 


" 


8-55 


AA 




C 


" 


8-58 


AA 




C 


" 


8-65 


AA 




C 


" 


8-86 


AA 




C 


VCKYTV1HB103K 


8-56 


AB 




C 


» 


8-61 


AB 




C 


VCKYTV1HB222K 


8-25 


AA 




C 


" 


8-73 


AA 




C 


" 


8-79 


AA 




C 


" 


8-89 


AA 




C 


" 


8-90 


AA 




C 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


VCKYTV1 HB472K 


8-57 


AA 




C 


VCKYTV1 HB681 K 


8-83 


AA 




C 


VCQYNA1HM333K 


9-9 


AA 




C 


VHDDAP202U/-1 


8-108 


AB 




B 


VHD1SS133//-1 


9-24 


AA 




B 


« 


9-25 


AA 




B 


" 


9-26 


AA 




B 


" 


9-27 


AA 




B 


VHD1SS355//-1 


8-106 


AB 




B 


" 


8-107 


AB 




B 


» 


8-109 


AB 




B 


" 


8-110 


AB 




B 


» 


8-111 


AB 




B 


" 


8-112 


AB 




B 


VHEHZ2C1///-1 


9-63 


AA 




B 


" 


9-64 


AA 




B 


» 


9-66 


AA 




B 


" 


9-67 


AA 




B 


VHEHZ27-1//-1 


9-65 


AB 




C 


VHERD22FB3/-1 


8-339 


AC 




B 


VHIHEF4066BT1 


8-121 


AF 




B 


VHIMC14053DR2 


8-122 


AG 




B 


VHIMC74HCU04F 


8-114 


AD 




B 


VHINJM2113M-1 


8-125 


AG 




B 


VHINJM2902M-1 


8-123 


AF 




B 


VHINJM2904D-1 


9-28 


AG 




B 


VHINJM318M/-F 


8-126 


AF 




B 


VHIPST596CMT1 


8-127 


AF 


N 


B 


VHIR96FCRBMVP 


8-118 


BR 


N 


B 


VHIR96FCRBMVP 


8-124 


BR 


N 


B 


VHIS2B256SL70 


8-119 


AU 


N 


B 


VHITCD1208AP1 


11-4 


AX 


N 


B 


VHIULN2003AN/ 


8-115 


AE 




B 


VHI27020FHG0J 


8-117 


BN 




B 


VHPPC814X//-1 


9-32 


AE 




B 


VHPPC817X7/-1 


9-31 


AD 




B 


VHPSG206S//-1 


8-141 


AG 




B 


" 


8-142 


AG 




B 


" 


9-33 


AG 




B 


VHPSNK15A24-1 


4- 14 


AZ 




B 


VHVERZV5D471/ 


9-61 


AC 




B 


" 


9-62 


AC 




B 


VHVICPS07//-1 


8-113 


AA 




B 


VHVRA391 PV6-1 


9-1 


AE 




B 


VRD-HT2EY100J 


8-148 


AA 




C 


VRD-HT2EY102J 


9-50 


AA 




C 


" 


9-52 


AA 




c 


» 


9-54 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY103J 


9-42 


AA 




c 


" 


9-44 


AA 




c 


" 


9-46 


AA 




c 


» 


9-47 


AA 




c 


» 


9-48 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY151J 


9-57 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY152J 


9-51 


AA 




c 


" 


9-53 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY153J 


9-43 


AA 




c 


" 


9-55 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY221J 


9-41 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY223J 


9-40 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY300J 


9-38 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY332J 


9-49 


AA 




c 


" 


9-56 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY621J 


9-45 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2EY910J 


9-37 


AA 




c 


VRD-HT2HY223J 


9-39 


AA 




c 


VRD-RC2EY222J 


11-6 


AA 




c 


VRD-RC2EY390J 


11-7 


AA 




c 


VRS-TP2BD000J 


8-133 


AA 




c 


" 


8-135 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


8-128 


AA 




c 


" 


8-129 


AA 




c 


" 


8-131 


AA 




c 


" 


8-132 


AA 




c 


» 


8-134 


AA 




c 


" 


8-136 


AA 




c 


" 


8-137 


AA 




c 


" 


8-138 


AA 




c 


" 


8-139 


AA 




c 


" 


8-140 


AA 




c 



18- 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


VRS-TS2AD000J 


8-151 


AA 




C 


" 


8-187 


AA 




C 


" 


8-221 


AA 




c 


" 


8-260 


AA 




c 


" 


8-307 


AA 




c 


" 


8-334 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD100J 


8-230 


AA 




c 


» 


8-271 


AA 




c 


" 


8-301 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD102J 


8-156 


AA 




c 


" 


8-237 


AA 




c 


" 


8-272 


AA 




c 


» 


8-292 


AA 




c 


" 


8-303 


AA 




c 


» 


8-316 


AA 




c 


" 


8-322 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD103J 


8-167 


AA 




c 


" 


8-168 


AA 




c 


» 


8-211 


AA 




c 


" 


8-215 


AA 




c 


" 


8-216 


AA 




c 


" 


8-222 


AA 




c 


" 


8-223 


AA 




c 


" 


8-224 


AA 




c 


" 


8-228 


AA 




c 


" 


8-232 


AA 




c 


" 


8-239 


AA 




c 


» 


8-240 


AA 




c 


" 


8-253 


AA 




c 


» 


8-257 


AA 




c 


" 


8-258 


AA 




c 


» 


8-265 


AA 




c 


" 


8-269 


AA 




c 


» 


8-273 


AA 




c 


" 


8-275 


AA 




c 


" 


8-278 


AA 




c 


" 


8-282 


AA 




c 


" 


8-285 


AA 




c 


" 


8-286 


AA 




c 


" 


8-287 


AA 




c 


" 


8-288 


AA 




c 


" 


8-293 


AA 




c 


» 


8-300 


AA 




c 


" 


8-306 


AA 




c 


» 


8-325 


AA 




c 


" 


8-329 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD104J 


8-218 


AA 




c 


" 


8-317 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD105J 


8-155 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD106J 


8-219 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD121J 


8-249 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD133J 


8-302 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD151J 


8-161 


AA 




c 


" 


8-169 


AA 




c 


" 


8-180 


AA 




c 


» 


8-182 


AA 




c 


" 


8-185 


AA 




c 


» 


8-186 


AA 




c 


» 


8-263 


AA 




c 


>' 


8-270 


AA 




c 


» 


8-280 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD152J 


8-256 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD154J 


8-323 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD183J 


8-266 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD201J 


8-154 


AG 




c 


» 


8-157 


AG 




c 


" 


8-206 


AG 




c 


» 


8-259 


AG 




c 


VRS-TS2AD203J 


8-165 


AA 




c 


" 


8-236 


AA 




c 


" 


8-254 


AA 




c 


" 


8-255 


AA 




c 


» 


8-312 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


8-153 


AA 




c 


» 


8-173 


AA 




c 


" 


8-174 


AA 




c 


" 


8-175 


AA 




c 


" 


8-177 


AA 




c 


" 


8-178 


AA 




c 


" 


8-181 


AA 




c 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


VRS-TS2AD221J 


8-183 


AA 




C 


" 


8-184 


AA 




C 


" 


8-188 


AA 




C 


" 


8-190 


AA 




C 


" 


8-191 


AA 




C 


" 


8-192 


AA 




C 


" 


8-193 


AA 




C 


" 


8-194 


AA 




C 


" 


8-195 


AA 




C 


" 


8-196 


AA 




c 


» 


8-199 


AA 




c 


" 


8-200 


AA 




c 


» 


8-202 


AA 




c 


" 


8-203 


AA 




c 


» 


8-204 


AA 




c 


" 


8-205 


AA 




c 


» 


8-208 


AA 




c 


" 


8-209 


AA 




c 


» 


8-210 


AA 




c 


" 


8-212 


AA 




c 


" 


8-213 


AA 




c 


" 


8-214 


AA 




c 


" 


8-250 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD223J 


8-150 


AA 




c 


" 


8-207 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD271J 


8-152 


AA 




c 


" 


8-159 


AA 




c 


•> 


8-160 


AA 




c 


" 


8-162 


AA 




c 


" 


8-164 


AA 




c 


" 


8-166 


AA 




c 


» 


8-170 


AA 




c 


" 


8-176 


AA 




c 


» 


8-179 


AA 




c 


" 


8-189 


AA 




c 


" 


8-197 


AA 




c 


" 


8-201 


AA 




c 


" 


8-217 


AA 




c 


" 


8-226 


AA 




c 


" 


8-227 


AA 




c 


" 


8-229 


AA 




c 


" 


8-231 


AA 




c 


» 


8-243 


AA 




c 


" 


8-245 


AA 




c 


» 


8-247 


AA 




c 


" 


8-267 


AA 




c 


» 


8-276 


AA 




c 


" 


8-281 


AA 




c 


» 


8-289 


AA 




c 


" 


8-299 


AA 




c 


» 


8-320 


AA 




c 


" 


8-321 


AA 




c 


" 


8-330 


AA 




c 


" 


8-331 


AA 




c 


" 


8-332 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD273J 


8-252 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD3R0J 


8-295 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD302J 


8-298 


AA 




c 


" 


8-309 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD303J 


8-244 


AA 




c 


" 


8-279 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD332J 


8-233 


AA 




c 


" 


8-311 


AA 




c 


» 


8-327 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD333J 


8-234 


AA 




c 


» 


8-235 


AA 




c 


" 


8-246 


AA 




c 


" 


8-248 


AA 




c 


" 


8-264 


AA 




c 


" 


8-290 


AA 




c 


" 


8-294 


AA 




c 


" 


8-308 


AA 




c 


" 


8-324 


AA 




c 


" 


8-328 


AA 




c 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


8-171 


AA 




c 


" 


8-172 


AA 




c 


" 


8-198 


AA 




c 


" 


8-220 


AA 




c 


" 


8-225 


AA 




c 


" 


8-241 


AA 




c 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


VRS-TS2AD471J 


8-242 


AA 




C 


" 


8-251 


AA 




C 


" 


8-261 


AA 




C 


" 


8-262 


AA 




C 


" 


8-268 


AA 




C 


" 


8-283 


AA 




C 


" 


8-284 


AA 




C 


" 


8-296 


AA 




C 


" 


8-304 


AA 




C 


" 


8-310 


AA 




C 


» 


8-313 


AA 




C 


" 


8-314 


AA 




C 


" 


8-318 


AA 




C 


" 


8-326 


AA 




C 


» 


8-333 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD473J 


8-238 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD474J 


8-163 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD562J 


8-149 


AA 




C 


» 


8-274 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD623J 


8-319 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD680J 


8-158 


AA 




C 


VRS-TS2AD822J 


8-297 


AA 




C 


VRSTS2AD1 742F 


8-291 


AA 




C 


VRSTS2AD4752F 


8-277 


AA 




C 


VRSTS2AD8662F 


8-305 


AA 




C 


» 


8-315 


AA 




C 


VSDTC114ES/-1 


9-34 


AB 




B 


-> 


9-36 


AB 




B 


VSDTD114EK/-1 


8-143 


AC 




B 


VSRNC1402//-1 


8-144 


AC 




B 


" 


8-145 


AC 




B 


» 


8-146 


AC 




B 


» 


8-147 


AC 




B 


VS2SC1815GR-1 


9-35 


AB 




B 


" 


11-5 


AB 




B 


[XI 










XBBSD30P06000 


50- B6 


AA 




C 


XBPSD30P06K00 


50- B4 


AA 




C 


XBPSN40P06K00 


50- B5 


AA 




C 


XEBSD20P06000 


50- B1 


AA 




C 


XEBSD30P10000 


50- B2 


AA 




C 


XEBSE30P10000 


50-B10 


AA 




C 


XEBSF30P12000 


50-B11 


AA 




C 


[01 










0KY0C1A9R2210 


10-5 


AG 




C 


0KY0C1A9Y1020 


10-13 


AG 




C 


0KY0C151M2210 


10-8 


AE 




C 


0KY0C162E1040 


10-12 


AF 




C 


0KY0C176Q4720 


10-9 


AL 


N 


C 


0KY0C245Q1 040 


10-3 


AM 


N 


C 


0KY0C251E1030 


10-7 


AE 




C 


0KY0C251 E4720 


10-6 


AE 




C 


0KY0C3K7K2210 


10-4 


AW 




C 


0KY0C374D3310 


10-10 


AN 




C 


<< 


10-11 


AN 




C 


0KY0D157A0060 


10-20 


AG 




B 


» 


10-21 


AG 




B 


» 


10-22 


AG 




B 


» 


10-23 


AG 




B 


0KY0D221 B0020 


10-24 


AT 


N 


B 


0KY0D251A0020 


10-16 


AD 




B 


» 


10-18 


AD 




B 


» 


10-19 


AD 




B 


0KY0D266A0060 


10-25 


AM 




B 


0KY0D461A3200 


10-26 


AL 




B 


0KY0D466A0480 


10-27 


AE 




B 


0KY0D466A0600 


10-17 


AE 




B 


0KY0D754A2410 


10-64 


AL 




B 


0KY0D763A4R00 


10-36 


AN 


N 


B 


0KY0H130A0050 


10-34 


AT 




B 


0KY0H719A0010 


10-37 


AP 




B 


0KY0K221B0090 


10-15 


AP 


N 


C 


0KY0K251A0020 


10-14 


AK 




C 


0KY0K716A4R00 


10-28 


AK 




A 


0KY0K758A4R00 


10-29 


AT 


N 


A 


0KY0L113J1830 


10-35 


AQ 




C 


0KY0L200C0232 


10-62 


BA 


N 


B 


0KY0L551A0010 


10-2 


AE 




C 


0KY0L551A0020 


10-1 


AF 




C 


0KY0MPH006800 


10-33 


AH 


N 


C 



- 19- 



UX-510U/UX-510C/UX-500U 
UX-500C/FO-1460U 



PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 


0KY0MPS027700 


10-32 


AP 


N 


C 


0KY0M131A0020 


10-61 


AE 


N 


C 


0KY0M850A0010 


10-30 


AE 




C 


» 


10-31 


AE 




C 


0KY0R153U1010 


10-47 


AC 


N 


C 


0KY0R153U1020 


10-55 


AB 




C 


0KY0R153U1050 


10-41 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U1810 


10-45 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U1830 


10-43 


AC 




C 


" 


10-50 


AC 




c 


0KY0R153U2430 


10-58 


AD 




c 


0KY0R153U3310 


10-54 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U3330 


10-46 


AB 




C 


0KY0R153U3340 


10-56 


AC 




c 


0KY0R153U3920 


10-52 


AC 




c 


" 


10-53 


AC 




C 


» 


10-60 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U3940 


10-42 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U4710 


10-44 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U4720 


10-59 


AB 




C 


0KY0R153U6220 


10-48 


AC 




c 


0KY0R153U6810 


10-51 


AC 




C 


0KY0R153U8220 


10-49 


AC 




C 


0KY0R353U1130 


10-57 


AC 




C 


0KY0R854E5020 


10-63 


AK 


N 


B 


0KY0T351A0050 


10-40 


AF 




B 


0KY0T358A0040 


10-39 


AG 




B 


0KY0T644A0010 


10-38 


AV 




B 











































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 



































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































PARTS CODE 


NO. 


PRICE 
RANK 


NEW 
MARK 


PART 
RANK 



































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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